dealsget things moving...free dried plums for $0.00

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Snepple, you get a vote just for the tag line "get things moving - free dried plums" :)

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This is just great! Mother has been having some real issues lately. I think we've been having 1 too many blocks of cheese for supper. I could probably use some myself as well seeing I haven't been able to take a crap in weeks without excruciating pain.

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put 7 or 8 in the bottom of the pan when you cook a turkey

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Awesome! Love the freebies! Well done!

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It said I would receive my sample in 7-10 business days. Not the 4-6 weeks or 6-8 weeks others claim.
Thanks!!

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its not happening. i dont know why?

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EMPTY PROMISE, NOT GOOD BUSINESS

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Mine worked. Make sure the code is written in all caps or it won't go through.

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i hope all this free stuff i've been signing up for really comes

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The website doesn't work for me. Safari is my browser.
So I guess Free Plums don't work on a Mac.

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I wish it were figs instead of plums. Now to figure out what to do with them.

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Yay, no more constipation!

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I love dried plums, they're like giant raisins.

It worked on my Mac with Safari, but only after I removed the blank space at the end that cut and paste had put there.

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It just worked for me and my mac using Firefox. It said 7-10 business days. Maybe I should snake the toilet in anticipation...

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Worked like a charm. Used an all caps code, just like they say to on the site. 7-10 business days estimated.

Huzzah!

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"Thank you for your request! Please expect your sample to arrive in 7-10 business days."

Nice...Free "movement" (in less than a week coming). ;p

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free is good! fruit is also good!

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@greg30808: Worked just fine on Safari on my Hackintoshed Mini. I now have some free fruits formerly known as prunes on the way.

Two days ago I read a chapter in Vance Packard's The Hidden Persuaders which detailed the drive to reinvent the lowly prune as a superfruit instead of a drab thing served by miserable people or consumed by those who needed a laxative. That book was written in 1957, but that marketing push is still alive and well almost verbatim on this website - the biggest difference is that they have changed the name.

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The website balks (Mac, FF) at first, but the Promo Code box is still visible. Paste the code in and it goes on to a page that works and there you are.

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Aren't dried plums called prunes?

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Worked for me! Firefox on a Mac.

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Their website is now clogged.

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@adingostolemybaby: A prune is any of various plum species, mostly Prunus domestica or European Plum (commonly referred to as a Sugar Plum). They are usually sold as dried fruit. Fresh plums that are marketed as "prunes" have an oval shape and a more easily removed pit. The dried fruit (also referred to as a dried plum) is wrinkly in texture, and chewy on the inside.

- There has long been an urban myth that prune juice is an ingredient in Dr Pepper.
- Prune Juice appears in the 2003 film Inspector Gadget 2, when Gadget arrests Chief Quimby's Mother he finds Prune Juice in her Purse and he calls it "Liquid Evil" because he hates Prune Juice.
- "A warrior's drink!" — Worf, after being introduced to prune juice by Guinan in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode, "Yesterday's Enterprise". It becomes his favorite beverage.

Source, wikipedia

PD In for one!!!! Free is good!!!

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I got me some too. I know my mom will like it. Thanks

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Got mine via my Mac! Let the good times flow!

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Mine arrived today in a bubblewrap envelope. They look absolutely delicious nom nom

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Granny will REALLY like this one.

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Got my free sample today! It was a small pouch with about 4 or 5 prunes. They are quite tasty and actually reminds me that I like prunes and should buy them more often. Good job Mariani marketing team.