This line of low-fat/no-fat cookies (remember Devil's Food Cookie Cake?), chips, and ice cream used to be so popular they couldn't keep them in stock at the grocery store. They were the supermarket version of the Beanie Baby, if you will. There was a time you could eat an entire box of cookies and still pretend you felt healthy. That time was 1993. Do it now and you know you're a disgusting pig.
A "complete" breakfast
Because you were 10 and your parents wanted five minutes of silence before you went back to terrorizing them, your siblings, and your poor hamster, they sat you in front of Saturday morning cartoons with "part of a complete breakfast." This included a cup of juice (100% sugar), a piece of fruit (nutritious, but also more sugar), a piece of toast (carbs), and then a pile of cornflakes covered in sugar and drenched in 2% milk. Such a shame that starting your day off with 400 tablespoons of sugar went out of style.