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Tony Moanero

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2 hours ago, Tony Moanero said:

Top 5 chocolates still available. Greedy sod, me. Has to be Twix Xtra, not the ordinary bar - dunked in a cup of coffee.

 

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What is that beautiful looking midnight dark milky way thing and where will I find it? 

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1 minute ago, Anubis said:

Had forgotten about Golden Cup. Lovely, they were. I suppose Galaxy Caramel is the successor.

Mackintosh’s Golden Cup is is my all-time favourite chocolate bar. Much nicer than Galaxy Caramel and Cadbury’s Caramel.

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15 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

What is that beautiful looking midnight dark milky way thing and where will I find it? 

They’re American, so you’d have to find somewhere that sells imported confectionery. The consistency of the filling is more Mars Bar than British Milky Way.

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In no particular order:

 

Fruit & Nut.

Fry's Turkish Delight.

Peanut butter M&M's (a revelation when we went to the US)

Mars bar (after 30 minutes in the fridge)

Mint Munchies.

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29 minutes ago, Karl_b said:

In no particular order:

 

Fruit & Nut.

Fry's Turkish Delight.

Peanut butter M&M's (a revelation when we went to the US)

Mars bar (after 30 minutes in the fridge)

Mint Munchies.

Proper Turkish Delight is lovely, Fry’s is turd.

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56 minutes ago, Karl_b said:

In no particular order:

 

Fruit & Nut.

Fry's Turkish Delight.

Peanut butter M&M's (a revelation when we went to the US)

Mars bar (after 30 minutes in the fridge)

Mint Munchies.

I used to love Mars Bars but they’re not the same as they used to be. My wife refuses to buy them from the supermarket, as I eat the entire contents of the mult-pack, then spend the rest of evening moaning about Mars changing the recipe circa 1989/1990.

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2 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

I used to love Mars Bars but they’re not the same as they used to be. My wife refuses to buy them from the supermarket, as I eat the entire contents of the mult-pack, then spend the rest of evening moaning about Mars changing the recipe circa 1989/1990.

Went off them for ages because my Dad used to get them in all the time. He never let me and our kid have sweets etc as a kid but would always have them in and would make us have one after our tea. Every fucking night. I only joined the Navy to get away from them. 

 

 

(insert joke about long chocolate dicks ymca and bumming sailors and shit) 

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26 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Went off them for ages because my Dad used to get them in all the time. He never let me and our kid have sweets etc as a kid but would always have them in and would make us have one after our tea. Every fucking night. I only joined the Navy to get away from them. 

 

 

(insert joke about long chocolate dicks ymca and bumming sailors and shit) 

I was watching an episode of 1980s Eastenders, on UK TV Play, late the other night and shouted “CUNT” at Rod, when he bought a can of Quatro (nicer than Lilt) and an old school Mars Bar in Al’s cafe.

 

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3 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

I was watching an episode of 1980s Eastenders, on UK TV Play, late the other night and shouted “CUNT” at Rod, when he bought a can of Quatro (nicer than Lilt) and an old school Mars Bar in Al’s cafe.

 

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I fucking love you Tony I really do. 

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12 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

I was watching an episode of 1980s Eastenders, on UK TV Play, late the other night and shouted “CUNT” at Rod, when he bought a can of Quatro (nicer than Lilt) and an old school Mars Bar in Al’s cafe.

 

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The current incarnation of the Quatro brand has been sold and marketed in South America by The Coca-Cola Company, since 1996. It is grapefruit flavoured, and is sold in Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay and Venezuela.[2]

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Skinny dairy milk from the fridge.

Chomp form the freezer. 

Curly Wurly from the fridge.

Topic. 

Pack of eclairs, original round shape.

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