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Hippy Sippy was a candy introduced in the late 1960s. It derived its name from its packaging: small, multi-colored pellets contained in a toy package ampoule (sometimes incorrectly identified as a syringe). The intent was to mimick drug usage in the hippie culture, primarily through the toy ampoule being a reminder of heroin and secondarily through the multi-colored candy being a reminder of uppers and downers. Included was a button with the phrase "Hippy Sippy says I'll try anything" and "please feed me" printed on it.
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