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  • n. Attributive form of fun size


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  • You can allow yourself a single, highly satisfying indulgence -- think fun-size Snickers bar -- each day through the end of the month, for instance, being sure to compensate for the extra calories elsewhere in your day.

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  • While attempting to remove a fun-size Snickers from the mini-fridge, Franco imitated his "127 Hours" character and got his arm stuck underneath it.

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  • Classics like Life Savers, Fruit Stripe gum or Bit-O-Honey may seem obvious, but in a world of fun-size Snickers, they will stand out.

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  • Find the one fan, and I bet she'll trade a handful of fun-size Twix bars for it.

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  • James Franco finds out the hard way, suffering a similar calamity as he did in 127 Hours when a mini-fridge collapses on his arm while he tried to get a fun-size Snickers bar.

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  • They cut the bar to a fraction of its size then call it ‘fun-size.’

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  • $546 Estimated annual cost for an office to buy a 55-piece bad of fun-size candy bars every week.

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  • Rightwingers are brilliant at creating snappy-but-misleading nicknames – like fun-size chocolate bars and the Ground Zero mosque

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  • But, back in the mists of time, some genius decided to label them "fun-size".

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  • As a kid, the mere sight of a bag of fun-size Mars bars could work me into a flurry of excitement.

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