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    (Original post by BloodyValentine)
    they taste so damn goooooood
    Lol, yes that's a good one, but I mean an excuse for when you feel guilty about eating them-any healthy qualities that oats have apart from fibre?
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    (Original post by sneezyme)
    Lol, yes that's a good one, but I mean an excuse for when you feel guilty about eating them-any healthy qualities that oats have apart from fibre?
    Theyre not healthy at all, sorry to be the bearer of bad news
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    Woah, 900 calories! That's like 2 hours on the treadmill! :eek:
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    (Original post by sneezyme)
    Lol, yes that's a good one, but I mean an excuse for when you feel guilty about eating them-any healthy qualities that oats have apart from fibre?
    you could run to asda to buy them i guess....or you could say you're preparing for the winter months
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    (Original post by BloodyValentine)
    you could run to asda to buy them i guess....or you could say you're preparing for the winter months
    I don't even know where the nearest Asda is, so I could walk there lol, might take me about a day to find one though... and I don't even really like flapjacks
    :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by who_me)
    Woah, 900 calories! That's like 2 hours on the treadmill! :eek:

    Or you could do the sensible thing and just get fat (it's a lot less effort).

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    (Original post by me!)


    I don't even know where the nearest Asda is, so I could walk there lol, might take me about a day to find one though... and I don't even really like flapjacks
    :rolleyes:
    That's an even better idea walk around looking confused someone will eventually take pity on you and give you a flapjack!!! then you exercise and get a free flapjack
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    Isn't a flapjack an English thing?
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    Mmmmm, morning flapjack.

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    I seem to have missed out on something very important here:I'VE NEVER tried flapjack. Down to ASDA it is.
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    You have never had flapjack? :eek:
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    (Original post by Dajoruna)
    You have never had flapjack? :eek:
    Nope. I am now traumatised.
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    Dude, you can't BUY flapjack. Sure, you can buy that really sticky stuff from ASDA, with chocolate on the top, but that's not real flapjack. Real flapjack is homemade, where you chuck a big wedge of butter into a hot pan, throw in some oats and dribble in golden syrup, then you get a big wooden spoon and twist the heavy mixture all together. Then you get your big wooden spoon and proceed to eat half the mixture because it truly is one of the nicest tasting things in the world- hot, raw flapjack mixture. Then you get another big wooden spoon because you've just slurped over the other one, and get a baking tray, and roll the golden mixture onto the baking tray, which is moving like a glacier. Then you smooth it all out to the sides and so the top is all flat and even, then you bang it in the oven for a bit so the smell of flapjack diffuses round the kitchen, wait for a bit, then pull it out of the oven, smash it into little pieces and eat it Homemade rocks!
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    Dude, you can't BUY flapjack. Sure, you can buy that really sticky stuff from ASDA, with chocolate on the top, but that's not real flapjack. Real flapjack is homemade, where you chuck a big wedge of butter into a hot pan, throw in some oats and dribble in golden syrup, then you get a big wooden spoon and twist the heavy mixture all together. Then you get your big wooden spoon and proceed to eat half the mixture because it truly is one of the nicest tasting things in the world- hot, raw flapjack mixture. Then you get another big wooden spoon because you've just slurped over the other one, and get a baking tray, and roll the golden mixture onto the baking tray, which is moving like a glacier. Then you smooth it all out to the sides and so the top is all flat and even, then you bang it in the oven for a bit so the smell of flapjack diffuses round the kitchen, wait for a bit, then pull it out of the oven, smash it into little pieces and eat it Homemade rocks!
    But I can't cook to save my life.....I'll have to goad mum into doing it for me.
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    (Original post by firebladez777.5)
    But I can't cook to save my life.....I'll have to goad mum into doing it for me.
    Seriously, it doesn't require the brainpower of a rocket scientist. Just follow a recipe. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Theyre not healthy at all, sorry to be the bearer of bad news
    :eek: So all this time I've had the wool pulled over my eyes :eek:
    Oh well, not everything in the world, can be good I suppose, everybody needs something naughty now and then
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Isnt it just the best food ever? My mum keeps buying packets of them, and Ive just eaten 900 calories worth!

    Bloody hell, never gonna get the 6 pack at this rate
    Yeah flapjack is nice but not when your dad makes it and it totally falls apart OR gets totally burnt
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    (Original post by me!)


    I don't even know where the nearest Asda is, so I could walk there lol, might take me about a day to find one though... and I don't even really like flapjacks
    :rolleyes:
    You don't know where your nearest ASDA is? :eek: Looks like you live in on of those unfortunate places, where there is no ASDA nearby, poor you I strongly recommend finding one, you don't know what you're missing-ASDA is GREAT!
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    (Original post by imasillynarb)
    Isnt it just the best food ever? My mum keeps buying packets of them, and Ive just eaten 900 calories worth!

    Bloody hell, never gonna get the 6 pack at this rate
    isn't there about 300 calories in a flapjack or something? About the same amount in an average dinner! lol, mind you, yeah they are nice, can't eat a whole one in one go tho.....
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    I really want some flapjack now
 
 
 
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