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    I simply do not see any reason why someone would wanna eat that especially in this modern health conscious day so someone enlighten me :s


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    (Original post by krazie.x)
    I simply do not see any reason why someone would wanna eat that especially in this modern health conscious day so someone enlighten me :s


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    Same! :five:

    The very idea makes me want to puke
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    I haven't got a clue what a ''deep fried Mars Bar'' is, do you mean like you fry it in a pan?? :confused:
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    (Original post by krazie.x)
    I simply do not see any reason why someone would wanna eat that especially in this modern health conscious day so someone enlighten me :s


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    I don't know perhaps because of a dare .
    We men like to exert our dominance in any way possible so if one of my friends could manage to eat it fully and live. He would become the ALPHA MALE!
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    (Original post by Stressed Eric)
    I haven't got a clue what a ''deep fried Mars Bar'' is, do you mean like you fry it in a pan?? :confused:
    Yh I hear its a famous "dish" in Scotland or something. U basically deep fry a mars bar literally


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    I've tried one out of curiousity, it was erm interesting. I think I managed one bite
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    Haha could be ok.... :/


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    Because they taste like warm, savory, chocolaty cakes. I used to eat them everyday for months as I live near a chip shop. I've yet to die, and if I do so as a result of said Mars Bars, I will have died with my **** jammed in the eye-socket of life.
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    Chippy down the road used to do them, kept meaning to try one but then it closed
    They also branched out once and did Snickers :eek:
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    (Original post by Bazlehman)
    Because they taste like warm, savory, chocolaty cakes. I used to eat them everyday for months as I live near a chip shop. I've yet to die, and if I do so as a result of said Mars Bars, I will have died with my **** jammed in the eye-socket of life.
    Your arteries are probably clogged up with fatty deposits by now #tickingtimebomb go get checked out


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    (Original post by krazie.x)
    Yh I hear its a famous "dish" in Scotland or something. U basically deep fry a mars bar literally


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    but what is so disgusting about melting a mars bar and eating it????? am I missing something
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    They're not bad actually, I believe a chip 'ole in my endz still does them.

    Must say that I do fancy a road trip to Scotland for a pizza crunch.
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    (Original post by Stressed Eric)
    but what is so disgusting about melting a mars bar and eating it????? am I missing something
    Hmm maybe I'm the weird one but the idea of frying chocolate just gives me the "jipies jipies". melting in a pan is fine I suppose


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    Stonehaven, I am disappoint.
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    I'm yet to try one. Don't give a damn about how artery-clogging they are. They sound incredible! :drool:
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    I love deep fried mars bars :3 But Im Scottish also have a love of deep fried pizzas.

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    It's just mars bar in a batter fried, but I'd try it if it where fried in clean oil and not chip infested oil lol
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    They are delicious. You can make them at home in a pan although they aren't as good as the chip shop ones.

    However, it's not something I crave. Savoury>sweet any day. The best thing I've ever had deeep fried is battered Haggis - completely amazing. Meaty, crispy, salty, peppery, vinegary, delicious...

    P.S. I'm not fat, but once a month isn't going to kill you.
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    its nice
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    Cause they're supposed to be yummy. Great they're are unhealthy. A lot of things are unhealthy, people still eat them. Don't see the point of this thread.
 
 
 
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