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  • The “lik-m-aid” is a citric dust that my brain made taste of tangerine because it is called sherbet.

    Augieland:

  • According to my buddy: "take a paper cone, fill it with sugar and dip a piece of rhubarb in it. it's like poor man's lik-m-aid."

    Archive 2005-05-01

  • Rounding out the set are three packages of (get this) fun size Fun Dip (one lik-m-aid stick and one pouch of candy dust) re-branded as Toad Dust.

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  • Lik-m-aid candy has been on the market in the United States since April 1942. It came in small pouches similar to a sugar packet and was available in several fruit flavors. See SweeTarts. It is now sold as Fun Dip and comes with an edible dipping stick.

    February 17, 2008