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Favorite Lifesavers flavor

Cherry
42% (50 votes)
Lemon
13% (16 votes)
Lime
13% (15 votes)
Orange
11% (13 votes)
Pineapple
21% (25 votes)
Total votes: 119

Lifesavers

Like the old SNL skit; "No Coke, Pepsi" I'm afraid I don't really like Lifesavers - now if you asked me which is better, Watermelon or Sour Apple Jolly Ranchers - there's a debate I can get into.

re: Lifesavers

Watermelon all the way!

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