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Sam91
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  #1577861 21-Jun-2016 19:20
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Burger King Chicken Tenders
Original BK Chicken Patty - new version is not as good.


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  #1577969 21-Jun-2016 21:43
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Rainbow Jellies. 


 
 
 
 


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  #1578051 22-Jun-2016 06:13
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LostBoyNZ:

 

Whatever that nicer bun was that The Boss burger originally came with. Then McD's took the burger away, then brought it back in the standard bun. Not that I go to McD's often, but I remember it was nice!

 

 

When Mc Donalds did the bacon and egg bagel scrambled egg.

 

When Mc Donalds made decent burgers where all the components weren't kept in a warmer draw

 

When Mc Donalds was reasonable value.


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  #1578077 22-Jun-2016 08:27
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keewee01:

 

peejayw: Choc Bombs. 

 

You can still get them - they come in a mixed box of 6 from the supermarket - 2x JellyTips, 2x ChocBar and 2xRockyRoad 

 

...none of which are Choc Bombs.


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The original Crispy Chicken from McDs, the patty fresh out of the fryer and, but not necessarily with, Cadbury Caramilk Chocolate.

 

Some others that got my vote through the thread, Caramel Rocky Roads, Frying Saucers and Dirty Dog soft drink.


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  #1578326 22-Jun-2016 13:35
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andrew027:

 

keewee01:

 

peejayw: Choc Bombs. 

 

You can still get them - they come in a mixed box of 6 from the supermarket - 2x JellyTips, 2x ChocBar and 2xRockyRoad 

 

...none of which are Choc Bombs.

 

 

 

 

True that. my bad sorry.

 

 

 

What was a Choc Bomb then?


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keewee01:

 

andrew027:

 

keewee01:

 

peejayw: Choc Bombs. 

 

You can still get them - they come in a mixed box of 6 from the supermarket - 2x JellyTips, 2x ChocBar and 2xRockyRoad 

 

...none of which are Choc Bombs.

 

 

 

 

True that. my bad sorry.

 

 

 

What was a Choc Bomb then?

 

 

Basically a Cylinder of Icecream, covered in chocolate, in a cone. Usually got them at the cinema (and there were Choc Bombs covered in nuts too). They had the cylinders all in the freezer, and the cones separate - they were put together when you ordered.


 
 
 
 


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  #1580075 25-Jun-2016 12:21
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Is miss Beehive Safety Matches... that were safe!!

 

 

 

The boxes of these matches that you buy these days are absolute rubbish!! I find many of them splinter as you strike them, or the heads fall off as you are striking, or the worse one is that when you strike them and it ignites a burning piece of the head flies off - this happens frequently!!  These things never used to happen, or happened very rarely. But these days it is a rare day when I don't have one of these things happen!

 

 


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