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I'd be very interested in finding out who writes these little messages, because I too have pondered on it. This was a delightfully nostalgic post. :D


When I find out I'll let you know.




Oh I'd love to know the history behind these. dang! Now I really want to suck a mint! LOL


'Giet of friedship' was a famous one...
I had a really good friend who was a boy who I used to exchange dinner mints with. if there was ever anything I wanted to say to him and I couldn't find the words I'd offer him a selection of mints and he would always pick at random the one with the most relevant and poignant message.
of course we never discussed the side that said 'i love you'.


Oh yes! Ha haaaaaaaaaa. I forgot about "Giet of friedship"!!!

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