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I liked the utterly fucking bizarre advert for the Aztec bar, with bams fae possibly Hamilton or Hackney giving it hak hoo,ya ya ,shit dressed in full fucking headress .If any fucker on here can remember that. Splendid..
Aztecs and also remember Amazins- a raisin and mousse filled chocolate bar.
 

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I liked the utterly fucking bizarre advert for the Aztec bar, with bams fae possibly Hamilton or Hackney giving it hak hoo,ya ya ,shit dressed in full fucking headress .If any fucker on here can remember that. Splendid..
 
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For a day to day sugar rush, it’s Anything with peanuts or a chunky kit kat.

Dark chocolate mint creams or Ferrero Rocher at Christmas and birthdays.
 

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We have had beer, whisky, wine, chips, crisps and kebabs discussed.
I can't recall chocolate alone being a topic here (my memory is poor, but let's start again).
Double Decker, a barry confectionary
Mars, classic, great from the fridge
Cadbury Caramel, forget the bunny, a fine sweet delight
Starbar, you may as well deep fry this f*cker to perfect it's unhealthy quality.
Strange thing is I don't have great sweet tooth, but it's the cheap chocolate bar that I go for.
What's the bounce bar of choice?
I used to love Cabana bars. Can't remember who made them probably Cadbury. They had a blue wrapper milk chocolate on outside and coconut and cherry on inside. 'kin magic.
Also loved Caramac but think they have changed the recipe cos find them too sweet now.
While we are on the subject, when did waggon wheels become wheel barrow wheels.l know they say the world's become a smaller place but come on!
 
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Great thread. Refreshing to read something that really matters.

I confess I eat too many sweeties and biscuits - can’t get through the day without something sweet truth be told.

Particular favourites are Mint Aero and Smarties (I know..). Cadbury was ruined when they were bought by the yanks (ain’t that always the way?). I used to be partial to a bit of the old fruit and nut but I bought one the other day and it was bogging.

Top of the sweet evolutionary tree are peanut M&Ms because they’re one of your five a day.


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The one to which you used to be partial is the one I probably like the least, especially the Morelos variety of "Foot and Nut" !!
 
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American sweets in general are awful. Everything tastes so artificial.
There's a chocolate shop in San Francisco called Ghirardelli. It's a must stop chocolate shop if you're there!
 

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There's a chocolate shop in San Francisco called Ghirardelli. It's a must stop chocolate shop if you're there!
Ah, I'm assuming they are a proper chocolate shop though.

I was meaning your newsagent/supermarket checkout stuff.
 
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Ah, I'm assuming they are a proper chocolate shop though.

I was meaning your newsagent/supermarket checkout stuff.
They are but I think you can find their products in good shops around the country.
 

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