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    Easter is nearly here (I don't know what day, I don't think anyone does ) and you know what that means...EASTER EGGS and Jesus

    I will not be buying any Easter eggs this year.

    ITS A SCAM

    They charge so much for those things and there is hardly any chocolate at all. I'm not paying £5 for something I can finish in 5minutes.

    I'm not christian, but I will still celebrate Easter the only way I know how, with chocolate.

    I will buy a big bar of cadburys milk chocolate and I will eat it all

    Are you getting an egg?

    Whats your favourite one?
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    You spent £5 on one easter egg? It better have been decent chocolate.
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    (Original post by Lewroll)
    Easter is nearly here (I don't know what day, I don't think anyone does ) and you know what that means...EASTER EGGS and Jesus

    I will not be buying any Easter eggs this year.

    ITS A SCAM

    They charge so much for those things and there is hardly any chocolate at all. I'm not paying £5 for something I can finish in 5minutes.

    I'm not christian, but I will still celebrate Easter the only way I know how, with chocolate.

    I will buy a big bar of cadburys milk chocolate and I will eat it all

    Are you getting an egg?
    24th April, come at me bro.

    I just melt all the ones I get.
    Chocolate fondue ftw.

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    (Original post by Accalia)
    You spent £5 on one easter egg? It better have been decent chocolate.
    Yeah I'm an idiot. It was from one of those fancy chocolate shops. It was crap, I should have brought a creme egg.

    EDIT: actually it wasn't crap. It was a rather pleasant easter egg experience (not worth a fiver though)
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    Creme eggs. Around 50-52p each when you buy them individually (depending where you buy them from).

    A Cadbury's easter egg with 2 Creme eggs included from ASDA - £1.

    A scam? Not if you're smart!
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    was buy one get 2 free in tesco Chah!
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    Easter eggs last me way longer than a few minutes. Xmas chocolate lasts till easter (only just finished it) easter till me bday (in june) and that till haloween and that till xmas... its a lovely edible circle of chocholately goodness :rolleyes:
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    I LIKE DA MILKY BAR ONES
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    (Original post by Kaylaleigh)
    was buy one get 2 free in tesco Chah!
    Was just gonna say this! Me n my 2 housemates got this last week -- Buy one get 2 free works out to £2 an easter egg and it comes with a mug!
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    Buy one get 2 free from Tesco. So £2 for 3 easter eggs.

    They taste sooooooooo good.
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    Here you have an easter egg ( I've had mine for years)... And you fill it up with different candy each year. I've never had a chocolate egg or seen any in the stores for that matter. But it sounds interesting!

    Random easter egg:
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    Not this year- on a diet

    The supermarkets do some really good deals on Easter Eggs though.
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    I bought a flake one for £1 and I got 4 flake bars with it andanother caramel one with 2 eggs for a pound yummy :-D
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    (Original post by shenzys)
    I bought a flake one for £1 and I got 4 flake bars with it andanother caramel one with 2 eggs for a pound yummy :-D
    Flake...Hmmmm.. :drool: Where did you get that from?

    I usually wait untill the day after easter The eggs are cheaper then. not that i'm a big fan of chocolate, but the ones i like are expensive.
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    Haha, Easter and Easter eggs are a symbol of everything I hate about the west.
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    The recipe for success with easter eggs:
    1 - Get your egg
    2 - Get some chocolate
    3 - Melt chocolate, drill hole in top of egg
    4 - Fill egg with chocolatey goodness, allow to set.
    5 - Struggle to eat your creation.

    Make sure you use cheapy chocolate - the pricetag makes your solid chocolate monstrosity taste even sweeter. Mmmm... :sogood:
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    (Original post by Undulipodia)
    The recipe for success with easter eggs:
    1 - Get your egg
    2 - Get some chocolate
    3 - Melt chocolate, drill hole in top of egg
    4 - Fill egg with chocolatey goodness, allow to set.
    5 - Struggle to eat your creation.

    Make sure you use cheapy chocolate - the pricetag makes your solid chocolate monstrosity taste even sweeter. Mmmm... :sogood:
    I will definitely try this
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    http://www.hotelchocolat.co.uk/choco...fts-CHCeaster/
    We can all dream [=
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    Those little Caramel eggs = :sexface:
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    getting a big box of chocolates because then at least it seems a bit different than a bar of chocolate but theres a decent amount
 
 
 
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