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    All in one
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    Two bites
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    Bite off the edges, then eat the middle
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    Bite off the chocolate on top, then the jelly, then the cake
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    (Original post by Showsni)
    I bite off the cake bit first and eat it, then eat the rest.
    Because the cakes rubbish? They should have just balls of orange jelly covered in chocolate. They could call them "Jaffas".
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    (Original post by Jеsus)
    Doesn't that make your fingers messy?
    who cares
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    (Original post by Jеsus)
    Because the cakes rubbish? They should have just balls of orange jelly covered in chocolate. They could call them "Jaffas".
    Now there's an idea...

    Actually you could buy York fruits and cover them in chocolate

    mmmm
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    i love chocolate
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    (Original post by iceman_jondoe)
    i love chocolate
    Me too.

    I can't remember the last time I ate any though.

    I did have some double choc chip cookies yesterday though.

    They were in my room - it'd be a waste not to...
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    (Original post by Jеsus)
    Doesn't that make your fingers messy?
    thats half the fun
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    (Original post by angeleyezx)
    thats half the fun
    Cheeky.
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    I don't think I've ever eaten a Jaffa Cake.
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    (Original post by Natalie Lane)
    I don't think I've ever eaten a Jaffa Cake.
    You poor, deprived person, you :p: :hugs:

    I'm addicted to them Tend to eat them in two bites to savour the jaffery goodness of the chocolate, orange and cake all at once

    -Saruman
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    I usually have more than one Jaffa Cake at any one time; and make a point of eating each differently :cool:
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    (Original post by Saruman)
    You poor, deprived person, you :p: :hugs:

    I'm addicted to them Tend to eat them in two bites to savour the jaffery goodness of the chocolate, orange and cake all at once

    -Saruman
    Yeah, yeah, rub it in :hmpf: :p:
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    (Original post by Natalie Lane)
    Yeah, yeah, rub it in :hmpf: :p:
    :hugs: I didn't mean to If there's a Co-op near you, they might be doing 2 boxes for a £1 (mine is, anyway) so you could get some

    -Saruman
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    (Original post by Natalie Lane)
    Yeah, yeah, rub it in :hmpf: :p:

    you could just pop down the shops you know.
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    (Original post by Spig)
    you could just pop down the shops you know.
    I don't think we have Jaffa Cakes here :eek:

    I can bake an orange cake, melt some chocolate and pour over it... will that work as a Jaffa cake?
    Not that I'll actually do it, but still, will it?
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    (Original post by Natalie Lane)
    I don't think we have Jaffa Cakes here :eek:

    I can bake an orange cake, melt some chocolate and pour over it... will that work as a Jaffa cake?
    Not that I'll actually do it, but still, will it?

    where on earth do you live??? i have no idea why i'm imagining a frail malnourished child just because you don't have jaffa Cakes, but i am. i'll say a prayer for you.

    no it won't work- because the cakey part is not actually orange-tastic.
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    (Original post by Spig)
    where on earth do you live??? i have no idea why i'm imagining a frail malnourished child just because you don't have jaffa Cakes, but i am. i'll say a prayer for you.

    no it won't work- because the cakey part is not actually orange-tastic.
    i bite of the chocolate then suck the jelly bit and chuck the cake bit away
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    (Original post by unfinished sympathy)
    i bite of the chocolate then suck the jelly bit and chuck the cake bit away
    i think it's a fact that everyone eats Jaffa cakes for the orange stuff. no one seems to give a **** abt the cake.

    ...but we shouldn't talk abt chucking any of the Jaffa goodness away when there's a poor child on this thread who has never enjoyed the joy of the Jaffa and would scour through our bins to taste a bit of the spitty cake stuff. ( i let assume you have no dignity here NatalieLane but you know what i say is true.)
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    (Original post by Spig)
    i think it's a fact that everyone eats Jaffa cakes for the orange stuff. no one seems to give a **** abt the cake.

    ...but we shouldn't talk abt chucking any of the Jaffa goodness away when there's a poor child on this thread who has never enjoyed the joy of the Jaffa and would scour through our bins to taste a bit of the spitty cake stuff. ( i let assume you have no dignity here NatalieLane but you know what i say is true.)
    well i mean the cake is always as dry as old boots anyway!
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    (Original post by Spig)
    i think it's a fact that everyone eats Jaffa cakes for the orange stuff. no one seems to give a **** abt the cake.

    ...but we shouldn't talk abt chucking any of the Jaffa goodness away when there's a poor child on this thread who has never enjoyed the joy of the Jaffa and would scour through our bins to taste a bit of the spitty cake stuff. ( i let assume you have no dignity here NatalieLane but you know what i say is true.)
    :hmmm:

    I bet it has nothing on our Brigadeiro. :hmmm:

    I'm not sure you've considered this possibility but I might not be from England. In fact, I'm not from England. :p:
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    (Original post by Natalie Lane)
    :hmmm:

    I bet it has nothing on our Brigadeiro. :hmmm:

    I'm not sure you've considered this possibility but I might not be from England. In fact, I'm not from England. :p:

    well i realised you weren't from england!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
 
 
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