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Mammoth Straws

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Mammoth Straws were, hence the name, large, lengthy, tall, thin straws.

The straws themselves were inedible and made of plastic; they had differently coloured fruit flavour sherbet crystals in them. The box was, like the straws, tall, thin, large and lengthy; it was yellow and had a rugby player, a clown, a skier and a magician.


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Mammoth Straws Last post by darren
23 February 2012

Do You Remember Mammoth Straws?

Do You Remember Mammoth Straws?

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    On Saturday May the 10th 1997, there was a new version of this box, replacing the one in the description. It was recoloured pink, and the four new characters were a weightlifter, a disco man who looked like Arnie, a skateboarder and a karate man.