The Top-10 Most Iconic Junk Foods

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Today is National Junk Food Day! To celebrate this unique moment, here are the 'Top-10 Most Iconic Junk Foods' of all-time, according to watchmojo.com

1. Big Mac

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2. Coca-Cola

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3. Twinkies

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4. Oreos

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5. Pop Tarts

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6. Pizza Hut Pizza

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7. KFC Fried Chicken

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8. M&M’s

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9. Krispy Kreme Doughnuts

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10. Cheetos

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All pictures are courtesy of wikipedia

What are some of your favorite junk foods?

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