Oh my goodness, those ''flying saucer'' sweets are,.... well yummy!! Just ate 2 now

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    Are you familiar with those sweets called ''Flying Saucers''? Their the ones with a hollow wafer whilst sherbet lies within the middle :drool:

    I have just eaten 2 packs of them and they are just, (well how can I put this, you know when something is so nice its hard to put into words ?) so lovely! :coma:

    Also do you think I'd look like a ''flying saucers'' addict if I went back into ASDA to purchase some more, tonight?!?!?!?! What would you think if you had just served me with flying saucers and I came back an hour later to purchase another bag or 2?


    I think I am addicted to the sherbet, lol, haha

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    Don't be getting a sugar rush now.
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    I think everyone in ASDA is going to point and stare if you go back to buy more. Too risky bro.
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    (Original post by Polo-)
    Are you familiar with those sweets called ''Flying Saucers''? Their the ones with a hollow wafer whilst sherbet lies within the middle :drool:

    I have just eaten 2 packs of them and they are just, (well how can I put this, you know when something is so nice its hard to put into words ?) so lovely! :coma:

    Also do you think I'd look like a ''flying saucers'' addict if I went back into ASDA to purchase some more, tonight?!?!?!?! What would you think if you had just served me with flying saucers and I came back an hour later to purchase another bag or 2?


    I think I am addicted to the sherbet, lol, haha

    :dry:
    I'm the same with Sports Mixture/Midget Gems.


    Just can't get enough of those chewy little bastards :sexface:
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    Hey OP! Is this your first visit to Earth or have you stayed with us before?
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    (Original post by Polo-)
    Are you familiar with those sweets called ''Flying Saucers''? Their the ones with a hollow wafer whilst sherbet lies within the middle :drool:

    I have just eaten 2 packs of them and they are just, (well how can I put this, you know when something is so nice its hard to put into words ?) so lovely! :coma:

    Also do you think I'd look like a ''flying saucers'' addict if I went back into ASDA to purchase some more, tonight?!?!?!?! What would you think if you had just served me with flying saucers and I came back an hour later to purchase another bag or 2?


    I think I am addicted to the sherbet, lol, haha

    :dry:
    They are disgusting
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    (Original post by ForensicShoe)
    I'm the same with Sports Mixture/Midget Gems.


    Just can't get enough of those chewy little bastards :sexface:
    But how do you think people may react upon me arriving in store to purchase yet again more spaceships/


    Also your username, should that not read'' Forensic shoes instead of shoe unless you only have one foot?

    Sorry I'm just curious, haha
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    Each to their own, personally just the thought of them puts my teeth on each. Sherbet. :afraid:
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    (Original post by Polo-)
    But how do you think people may react upon me arriving in store to purchase yet again more spaceships/


    Also your username, should that not read'' Forensic shoes instead of shoe unless you only have one foot?

    Sorry I'm just curious, haha
    They'll bar you from the store.



    They'll welcome your spaceship addiction with open arms most probably, you're spending money afterall :rolleyes:

    Bah it was a spur of the moment choice in terms of random usernames I could come up with. Sorry
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    (Original post by Polo-)
    Are you familiar with those sweets called ''Flying Saucers''? Their the ones with a hollow wafer whilst sherbet lies within the middle :drool:

    I have just eaten 2 packs of them and they are just, (well how can I put this, you know when something is so nice its hard to put into words ?) so lovely! :coma:

    Also do you think I'd look like a ''flying saucers'' addict if I went back into ASDA to purchase some more, tonight?!?!?!?! What would you think if you had just served me with flying saucers and I came back an hour later to purchase another bag or 2?


    I think I am addicted to the sherbet, lol, haha

    :dry:
    If it were possible...I would live off flying saucers. I even have a tin stashed away for emergency sherbert occasions. No joke.
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    I love sherbet as well
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    (Original post by san_M)
    They are disgusting
    Haha, joykill .

    Yeah, I used to buy those at a sweet shop opposite my school at lunchtimes - it was a 'proper' sweet shop with jars lined up along the shelves. Unfortunately it got closed for selling things it shouldn't have been selling, under the counter, to the 6th formers lawl.
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    (Original post by Larry31)
    If it were possible...I would live off flying saucers. I even have a tin stashed away for emergency sherbert occasions. No joke.
    proof or It may not have happened
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    (Original post by Polo-)
    proof or It may not have happened
    Teach me how to upload a picture, and the proof will be yours!
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    I prefer Blackjacks :hmmm: but Flying Saucers are lovely too.
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    I do not like wafer :no:
 
 
 
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