*Feind has it on good authority that “the stuff” tastes like Fluff so rather than a Fluffernutter sandwich (that’s Fluff & Peanut Butter for you youngsters), you can make me a damn Stuffernutter sammich! And bring me a cold glass of milk with it ya little bastids!
Apparently it's even more than that as the remainder of the movie strongly suggests. Grocery store shelves are filled to capacity with bright containers of what has been dubbed 'The Stuff', media outlets (both television and radio) bolster outstanding sales by boasting catchy jingles, advertisements in a format that only the 80's could possibly be proud of (spandex, pastel colors and 'flashdancing' in the streets, the only thing that's missing is Boy George and Wham! Admittedly I don't miss this decade's fashion sense in the slightest). *Feind also has it on good authority that this is a complete lie by Cult. Don’t be shy Cult you wear that neon yellow spandex with pride!
A character widely recognized as Chocolate Chip Charlie, a snack giant with a chain of locations played by Garrett Morris, subsequently lost his empire as the same forces conspired against him in order to gain a better market share by controlling his retail locations. This same character makes another appearance later in an iconic scene that features prominently in many of this film's trailers.
Give this creamy celluloid treat a peek, you won't be disappointed, though try to remember (cue the annoyingly catchy jingle track)