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40-Ct 6oz Capri Sun Roarin' Waters Beverage (Fruit Punch) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 40-Count Capri Sun Roarin' Waters Flavored Water Beverage, Fruit Punch (6 Fl oz) [amazon.com] for as low as $5.53 with Free Shipping w/S&S. Clip 15% coupon on product page for discount

5% Discount: $6.33
15% Discount: $5.53

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Lol remember back in the day when the hole was like.. Tinfoil also and you had to ask the teacher to open it for you?

Then it was hard for even them to do it, but then when they actually did succeed, the juice would go flying out and basically hit the ceiling ha
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In for one. Thanks OP I have no kids but I remember throwing these in the freezer then smashing them for instant slushies. Now I'll add some liquor and make it a drink 😁
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In my opinion, the Roarin Waters line taste horrible due to the use of the sweetner Stevia. I very much prefer the regular Capri Sun of any flavor over any flavor of Roarin Waters.

Before you buy a box of 40, try one out locally first.
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Lol remember back in the day when the hole was like.. Tinfoil also and you had to ask the teacher to open it for you?

Then it was hard for even them to do it, but then when they actually did succeed, the juice would go flying out and basically hit the ceiling ha
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Lol remember back in the day when the hole was like.. Tinfoil also and you had to ask the teacher to open it for you?

Then it was hard for even them to do it, but then when they actually did succeed, the juice would go flying out and basically hit the ceiling ha
A true "back in the day" is to poke a hole on the bottom flat area.
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Lol remember back in the day when the hole was like.. Tinfoil also and you had to ask the teacher to open it for you?

Then it was hard for even them to do it, but then when they actually did succeed, the juice would go flying out and basically hit the ceiling ha
Isn't it the same today? This still happens when I go to BBQ and kids ask me to do it for them.
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Sugar water. "Natural flavor with other natural flavor". What does that mean?

I guess you're paying for the bags.
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Sugar water. "Natural flavor with other natural flavor". What does that mean?

I guess you're paying for the bags.
Yeah it's the portable storage and beverage delivery mechanism that I'm paying for. Smilie
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In for one. Thanks OP I have no kids but I remember throwing these in the freezer then smashing them for instant slushies. Now I'll add some liquor and make it a drink 😁
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Isn't it the same today? This still happens when I go to BBQ and kids ask me to do it for them.
I don't remember the last time I saw these things but I thought they have a white plastic hole now or something.
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I don't remember the last time I saw these things but I thought they have a white plastic hole now or something.
dunno, the ones in sams still have a tin-foil like piece
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dunno, the ones in sams still have a tin-foil like piece
That's refreshing, good to know kids still have to suffer as we did lol.
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Isn't every drink a flavored water beverage? Or are others carbon-based?
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Lol remember back in the day when the hole was like.. Tinfoil also and you had to ask the teacher to open it for you?

Then it was hard for even them to do it, but then when they actually did succeed, the juice would go flying out and basically hit the ceiling ha
I dunno about the tinfoil straw thing..but flowing the juice came..downed it in 10 seconds cause it's 100* outside and your a teenager..😏
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In my opinion, the Roarin Waters line taste horrible due to the use of the sweetner Stevia. I very much prefer the regular Capri Sun of any flavor over any flavor of Roarin Waters.

Before you buy a box of 40, try one out locally first.
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Great deal! My two older kids will drink these in no time!
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