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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
    16
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    Bite off the chocolate on top, then the jelly, then the cake
    13
    22.41%
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    (Original post by Spig)
    i don't believe you. :hmmm:

    no one's that flippant with their Jaffa Cakes.
    Note the try to catch it in my mouth.. Usually misses and smacks me in the nose.
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    (Original post by A.ndrew)
    Note the try to catch it in my mouth.. Usually misses and smacks me in the nose.

    my main issue was that you might drop the Jaffa-babies on the floor. bet you pick them up again if you do don't you? it'd be criminal not to.
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    (Original post by Spig)
    my main issue was that you might drop the Jaffa-babies on the floor. bet you pick them up again if you do don't you? it'd be criminal not to.
    I would never waste a Jaffa Cake... 5 second rule is exempt from Jaffa Cakes. :angel:
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    (Original post by A.ndrew)
    I would never waste a Jaffa Cake... 5 second rule is exempt from Jaffa Cakes. :angel:

    was ist das?? never heard of the 5 second rule before.
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    (Original post by Spig)
    was ist das?? never heard of the 5 second rule before.
    Deary me..

    Drop it on the floor, and if it's less then 5 seconds, it's good enough to eat.. Simple.
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    (Original post by A.ndrew)
    Deary me..

    Drop it on the floor, and if it's less then 5 seconds, it's good enough to eat.. Simple.
    thought that was it. i personally go by the 'if you can take most of the fluff off it, eat it' rule.
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    I think me and my best mate have SERIOUS jaffa addicition... we're wolfing down a 36 pack we got from ASDA before... Its says they're like 1g of fat per cake, but what does one cake weigh, 1.000005g? i actually don't care though. The Jaffa goodness is just too GOOOOOD...
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    (Original post by Spig)
    thought that was it. i personally go by the 'if you can take most of the fluff off it, eat it' rule.
    :rofl:

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    Oh come on people.

    Turn jaffa cake upside down so you're staring at the cake 'bottom' side.
    Bite off the cake, to get rid of the bland bit.
    Turn jaffa cake back up correct way.
    Try and peel the chocolate away from the jelly jaffaish bit.
    Eat chocolate.
    Eat jaffa.

    Lovely.
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    Edges and then the middle... And there was me thinking I has a rather unique way of eating it! Or rather, you copycats!
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    You have to bite all the chocolate off, remove the jaffa bit, eat the cake and then eat the jaffa bit. Makes the orangey taste last all the more longer
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    (Original post by Spig)
    thought that was it. i personally go by the 'if you can take most of the fluff off it, eat it' rule.
    A bit of fluff never hurt anyone.

    In fact it's good insulation for the winter.
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    (Original post by Laura Lou)
    slight variation...
    I nibble the edges, eat the cake, then bite the chocolate off and lastly eat the orange bit (or sometimes suck it for a bit first).

    yum... I'm eating jaffa cakes right now...

    o i do that too
 
 
 
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