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Post by linus » Mon Jun 23, 2008 11:21

if cocks were peanut butter chunky kit kats I'd gobble yours right up

I've just had one (a peanut butter chunky kit kat, I should clarify) and chugged it down like a good 'un

I could easily have taken two at once

it was from the fridge so it was nice and hard

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Post by MorningWood » Mon Aug 11, 2008 20:47

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Post by alongwalkhome » Mon Aug 11, 2008 22:48

Instead of going to the gym today, I ate two giant handfuls of salt water taffy. I felt like I was gonna barf, but couldn't stop myself.

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Post by lynsosaurus » Mon Aug 11, 2008 22:54

alongwalkhome wrote:Instead of going to the gym today, I ate two giant handfuls of salt water taffy. I felt like I was gonna barf, but couldn't stop myself.
that stuff is the shit! i hid it in the cupboard to stop myself eating it, but every time i find it i have to stuff my gob full of it and walk away without looking back.

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Post by alongwalkhome » Mon Aug 11, 2008 22:57

lynsosaurus wrote:
alongwalkhome wrote:Instead of going to the gym today, I ate two giant handfuls of salt water taffy. I felt like I was gonna barf, but couldn't stop myself.
that stuff is the shit! i hid it in the cupboard to stop myself eating it, but every time i find it i have to stuff my gob full of it and walk away without looking back.
They beat dry Wheetabix any old day, eh?

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Post by lynsosaurus » Mon Aug 11, 2008 22:59

hah! i still haven't discovered who sampled that delicacy.

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Post by Sylvie » Tue Aug 12, 2008 11:47

My mum used to eat Weetabix with jam on top. I'm not sure why or when she discovered it though!
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Post by emml » Thu Aug 14, 2008 12:42

I just heard that Wispas are coming back AGAIN in September. For good this time, not just for a couple of months.

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Post by Colin » Mon Aug 25, 2008 15:56

For a while now I've been of the opinion that Boosts are just a poor man's Star Bar, but I've just had one now from the vending machine (the Double Deckers were jammed) and fuck me, it was nice.
That's all. I didn't have any particular point to make.

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Post by Sylvie » Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:29

As my parents were here at the weekend, I got my late birthday presents and some things my cousin had sent over from Germany. I saw her for the first time in about 15 years a few months ago and it appears we both have a passion for chocolate and sweets, especially ones with cute packaging! So we now have loads of Kinder goodies! Kinder is my favourite chocolate, but they only sell a tiny amount of the range over here. This week I've been scoffing:

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Kinder friends.

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Schokobons.

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Mikado (the German version of Pocky).

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Kinder Riegel.

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Ritter Sport mini pack.

I'm going to start a UK chocolate package for her now, as she loves Cadbury's.

My mum bought me German Percy Pigs which are called Fred Ferkel. I haven't tried them yet, but they look exactly the same! I wonder whether M&S or Katjes were first? My mum also bought me all kinds of scary looking sweets, including marzipan in the shape of a pear with a face and some scarily bright drink powders (I'm assuming they're a bit like Kool-Aid, so maybe I can dye something with them instead).
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Post by annie » Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:33

ooh, schokobons and mikado, how i miss you. i'll have to remember to ask my parents to bring me some when they visit next month! kinder used to (and probably still do) sell big plastic bunnies filled with schokobons at easter. i went through mountains of those.

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Post by Sylvie » Thu Oct 16, 2008 12:37

I think Woolworths sell the bags of Schokobons. I'm pretty sure I've seen them somewhere anyway. Andrew loves them! A big plastic bunny sounds brilliant - Andrew got me a big Kinder egg for easter once, but it was more toy than chocolate. The toy was a bit rubbish too.

I'm eating Mikado now and I can't stop, they're so delicious. I should've come on Tuesday night and brought them with me.
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Post by sarahluv » Thu Oct 16, 2008 14:53

woolies used to sell the big plastic bunnies. yum.

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Re: Sweets/goodies, dare I say it - Candy

Post by cath » Sun Oct 19, 2008 17:35

Schokobons are lovely! And I got addicted to those Mikado things in Brussels. Yummy!

I ate a whole 100g bar of Milka Happy Cows earlier. My stomach is hating me now.

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Post by Sylvie » Sun Oct 19, 2008 22:42

cath wrote:I ate a whole 100g bar of Milka Happy Cows earlier. My stomach is hating me now.
Just think how much your taste buds love you though!

I was just thinking about other Kinder stuff I love that we can't get here...

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Kinder Maxi King (caramel & marshmallow coated in chocolate and nuts)

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Choco Fresh rhinos!

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Probably my favourite...Kinder Delice.

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This was a really bizarre Nutella choc dip type snack on one side with iced tea on the other.
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Post by Tea Cozy » Fri Oct 24, 2008 10:52

Im really obsessed with Rainbow Drops right now. They are bits of puffed up rice with loads of coloured sugar on them. Probably very bad for me, but i could so eat them everyday forever!

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Post by mae » Fri Oct 24, 2008 11:15

ooo, i love rainbow drops. i haven't had any for years. i went to holland on a school trip when i was 13 or 14 and we stayed in this terrible hostel type place but outside our room was a vending machine with rainbow drops in! it was ace.

those nutella and ice tea things are great too, i got one in an airport somewhere but i can't remember where.

i've been trying all sorts of japanese treats lately. i'm quite keen on their version of smarties, meiji marble chocolate. it's somewhere between a smartie and an m&m. the best thing is they still come in a tube!
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they also do chocolate coffee beans.

my favourite is koala march though. especially the dark chocolate ones that come out occasionally. there's halloween dark chocolate ones at the moment so i've stockpiled. they just say chocolate flavour but i'm sure they're different to the normal ones.

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i wish i could try all the fun treats but i'm trying to stop putting on weight. there's so many exciting flavours of pocky and fran whips.

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Post by Tea Cozy » Fri Oct 24, 2008 11:25

A vending machine with Rainbow Drops in? Omg, thats the greatest thing ever! A shop near where i live sells them, and whever i go in there i end up buying a bag. Im such a child. And i concur, Japanese sweets are brilliant. Pocky is always a winner and i really love Mochi.

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Post by a layer of chips » Tue Dec 02, 2008 12:47

I've just eaten half a bag of Haribo Fantasy Mix for my dinner and I feel as sick as a twat.

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Re: Sweets/goodies, dare I say it - Candy

Post by let it ride » Tue Dec 02, 2008 17:07

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