Food & Drink

90s Kids Rejoice: Cheez Balls Are Returning to Stores

It’s been 12 years.


90s kids rejoice, Cheez Balls are officially coming back.

It’s been a long, hard 12 years, but all of the waiting has finally paid off. Walmart and Amazon have confirmed that for a limited time you’ll be able to get your hands on them for just $2.

This is a glorious day. Hopefully all the other discontinued foods will start coming back. Maybe we’ll be able to have birthday parties in McDonald’s again?! Or even toys in cereal boxes. Bring them back. We need some happy times now more than ever.

Anyway, before I go off on a tangent about how much better things were back in the 90s, let’s get back to the story at hand. According to a spokesperson for the company, fans have been petitioning the company who made them – Planters – online through Facebook groups and forums to bring them back.

If that wasn’t enough, they’re also going to sort us out by bringing back Cheese Curls as well.

So we can confirm that Cheez Balls were a great 90s food. But here in 2018, things are different. Don’t believe me? Two words: glitter and pizza.

Yes, glitter pizza is now and thing. More specifically, unicorn glitter pizza. Stop the world, I want to get off – amirite? Early 2007s-clichés aside, this does LOOK nice, but it doesn’t look EDIBLE.

See if you get what I mean…

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The restaurant behind this abomination is Dagwoods in Santa Monica. The pizza is called the MagicalAF pizza and… well that’s about it.

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They wrote on their website: “We are often credited with having the best pizza in Los Angeles as we are committed tousing nothing but the freshest and highest quality ingredients. Our extensive menu includes pizza, pasta, salads, subs, and wings – not to mention plenty of gluten-free and vegan options.”

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I assume glitter is vegan. Who knows anymore?!

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