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    I've had 24 for breakfast once.
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    i've definitely done it on the munchies.
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    yeah I could do that aswell.
    Haven't in a long time though. xD
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    Quite normal, especially it seems if you play cricket.
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    depends how hungry you were...if you werent hungry and were just eating for the sake thats greedy...if you was hungry, thats alright, though probably not the best food you could have eaten
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    No but as long as you don't do it like everyday it's fine.

    At uni while I was doing some reading I ate a whole tube of pringles all to myself without realising. Needless to say I haven't done it since as I had a horrible taste in my mouth after.
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    (Original post by kflynn)
    if you mean, whole then yes, one, then another, then another, before i knew it the whole packet was gone. :o:
    Noooo, you've got to nibble off the stuff around the edge, then lever off the chocolate and eat that, then separate the "jaffa" from the cake, then eat the cake, and finally eat the jaffa
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    (Original post by Revolution is my Name)
    Noooo, you've got to nibble off the stuff around the edge, then lever off the chocolate and eat that, then separate the "jaffa" from the cake, then eat the cake, and finally eat the jaffa

    i will try that next time. :yes:
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    (Original post by Revolution is my Name)
    Noooo, you've got to nibble off the stuff around the edge, then lever off the chocolate and eat that, then separate the "jaffa" from the cake, then eat the cake, and finally eat the jaffa
    Sounds like the Cadbury's creme egg thingy. You've given me an idea though. I might use chopped jaffa cakes in ice cream or something, :ninja:
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    (Original post by NDGAARONDI)
    I might use chopped jaffa cakes in ice cream or something, :ninja:
    Yeah, I tend to put them, or KitKats, or Minirolls, or Anzac biscuits, in yoghurt, which is :coma:
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    I normally eat half a pack. I can eat 5 in a minute though; it's harder than you think.
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    Don't worry, it's unhealthy but it's nothing special; I've witnessed the slightly horrifying sight of somebody eating 10 full size donuts in 3 minutes. Nothing can shock me now :no:
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    (Original post by Revolution is my Name)
    Noooo, you've got to nibble off the stuff around the edge, then lever off the chocolate and eat that, then separate the "jaffa" from the cake, then eat the cake, and finally eat the jaffa
    Hey, that what I do; even in the same order! However, I find that the chocolate sticks to the 'jaffa' so I lick it off.
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    I don't know about five minutes but I can finish a pack of jaffa cakes pretty quickly. Maybe 15-20 minutes. I ain't fat - ultra fast metabolism.
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    (Original post by Mr Advice)
    I used to do the same. :yum: :yes:

    Gotta say, though, I am sick of them now. For a while, at least, anyway.
    :ottid: I used to eat them by the packet all the time, now I can't stomach them...
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    AH I CAN DO THIS
    On holiday with my friend you could buy tubes of 60, I got through two tubes of 60 = 120 in 2 days. And nope I am not fat. Jaffa cakes only have 1g fat per cake/biscuit don't they?
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    Its normal for me. Thats why you won't find jaffa cakes in my house.
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    full moon
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    TOTAL ECLIPSE :woo:
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    (Original post by sadie-kiki)
    full moon
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    TOTAL ECLIPSE :woo:

    no, just down in one.
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    (Original post by Atrixa)
    :ottid: I used to eat them by the packet all the time, now I can't stomach them...
    There's a limit and sometimes we fail to realise it. :p:
 
 
 
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