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1. Opening a box of treats supposedly served by twentieth-century 'hostesses', future-archaeologists discovered packaged, light cakes containing an indeterminable filling. By what name were these snacks known in their time period?
2. Opening a clear, plastic containment unit, archaeologists found several rows of these powdered discs, presumably a source of quick energy back in the twentieth century. What was the name of this round, center-less object?
3. Finding thin sacks resting upon a platform in the 'grocery store', future-archaeologists discovered these colourful pods. Perhaps they were looking at the eggs of a mystical, colourful creature from centuries ago. What were the actual names of these round objects?
4. Covered in foil, these items appeared as animal droppings to future-archaeologists who nearly discarded them in a refuse incinerator after their discovery. Soon after, they realized that they were chocolates known by what name?
5. Found in a bag found within a box, these fragile circles appeared to be burnt to the eyes of the future-archaeologists. They were, in fact, looped oats found in a box labelled General Mills. What other name would be featured on the box?
6. These flat pads surprised our intrepid archaeologists as they initially questioned their use as shingles for colourful houses. When they opened them up (quite easily at that, ruining their earlier hypothesis) they found a fruit filling. What name are these known by?
7. Future archaeologists had no choice but to dress this found item in whatever they could. Historical evidence backed up on video archives suggested that a possible recipe involving the item would have been: "Lobster Thermidor aux crevettes with a Mornay sauce, served in a Provenšale manner with shallots and aubergines, garnished with truffle pate, brandy and a fried egg on top"...and what?
8. Found stacked in rows in a package of plastic, these were touted by future archaeologist as single coloured, self-stick mosaic tiles until they discovered that they were food instead. What paste-filled item is this?
9. This product baffled future archaeologists for a long time. Oddly they thought it was crushed bone, long decayed over centuries of being packaged in tiny boxes. When they added water and let it set however, it became a gelatin known by a famous five-letter name. What was this product that there was, reportedly, always room for?
10. Found in a bottle covered with lightning bolts, this drink greatly interested the raiders of the lost market. Originally hypothesized to be an energy source for wearisome citizens in the twenty-first century, they looked through their archives to discover that it was what type of drink?
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