Sweets Watch

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What is everyones favourite type of sweets I don't eat them that much but my favourite is scottish tablet it is lush xx
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hmmm....i am in love with skittles....yum- flavourings :love: though my mates won't let me eat them anymore :rolleyes: i also have a thing for maom (sp?) and wine gums are a childhood fave!
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(Original post by hulachick15)
What is everyones favourite type of sweets I don't eat them that much but my favourite is scottish tablet it is lush xx
Tablet fudge is absolutely gorgeous, I love it so much! Edinburgh Rock is lovely too, and tootie frooties, ruffle bars, Tesco's chocolate limes....the list goes on.
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I was temporarily addicted to fruity Smarties, i love normal smarties too. But the best sweets i had i got from a real old fashioned sweet shop at the Black Country museum in Birmingham, they were the best.
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I like to stick to chocolate mostly but I would eat most types of sweets.
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real old fashioned sweet shop
Oooo that reminds me, at an old fashioned sweet shop in Kirkby Lonsdale (near Lancaster) they sold delicious rum balls (kind of truffly rum flavoured balls with chocolate sprinkles) and strawberry bonbons which had exactly the right texture.
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Mine is the Lindt chocolate ball things, that have soft chocolate in the middle and have a hard chcolate shell. I'm not sure what they were called, but you get like 8/10 in a pack.
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Mine is the Lindt chocolate ball things, that have soft chocolate in the middle and have a hard chcolate shell. I'm not sure what they were called, but you get like 8/10 in a pack.
They're called Lindor and are gorgeous.
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the best chocolate in the world is tesco's milk choc! and i'm not even joking!
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Alllllllll of themmmm
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has anyone tried wonka bars? they're quite good
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Mine would probably be skittles
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the cherries in haribo....
mmmmm....... :rolleyes:
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Pick n Mix (especially cherries, lasers, fizzy belts and flying saucers)

Rosy apples

Army & Navy
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any sort of chocolate with any sort of nuts.. mmmmm

P.S. wonka nutty crunch surprise is disgusting!! dont like the gooey bit
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I love sweets, so much so that I get excited just talking about them My favourites have got to be refreshers for all their ability to induce a sugar overdose

I like sour sweets like those little ones that you get in a box that's divided into three or those cola tops fizzy things! I like sherbet too, but don't get it up your nose while on that sugar high; I can say from experience it hurts

Oooo I think I might pop of to the sweet shop now and spoil myself! We should set up a TSR Sweets Society, that would be ace
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delicious rum balls (kind of truffly rum flavoured balls with chocolate sprinkles)
They're rhum balls actually - I suspect that they're not allowed to call them 'rum' balls because they don't have any actual rum in them. After all if they did have actual alcohol in them, then they wouldn't be able to sell them to children...

I agree about their deliciousness, though! And the same with the strawberry bonbons!
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(Original post by Scottus_Mus)
We should set up a TSR Sweets Society, that would be ace
That's a very good idea!
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wine gums
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(Original post by Kew)
They're rhum balls actually - I suspect that they're not allowed to call them 'rum' balls because they don't have any actual rum in them. After all if they did have actual alcohol in them, then they wouldn't be able to sell them to children...

I agree about their deliciousness, though! And the same with the strawberry bonbons!
Talk about pedantic!
Ok then; what about Rum and raisin icecream! They definitely sell that to children, as you very well know!
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