Something about Jr Mints makes me happy. Perhaps it has something to do with the thoughts back to the days when I was but a wee Prince Jole, going to work with my Dad on the odd occasion,
and walking the long ways down to the vending machines to buy Jr. Mints or nibs. But what's special about Jr. Mints is it's fairly uncommonness, combined with it's very retro styled packaging. It
hasn't really changed since the 80s, and still has that "Degrassi Jr. High Intro" look to it.
Overall, I love them, and am getting addicted to them. I have to stop bringing money to school
so not to be tempted to buy them.