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raistlin
a lot of chocolate on your biscuit join our club."

Was the advertising jingle for club biscuits when I was a kid. They were right too. Chocolate so thick you could sink your teeth in.

I had a Club biscuit for old time's sake this morning. The chocolate was thinner than the paint on a Ford Cortina :(
Paul

Cogito ergo sum... maybe?

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Posted 04 Nov 2014, 12:05 #1 


PaulT
They are thinking of your health!
Paul

That apart Mrs Lincoln, did you enjoy the play

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Posted 04 Nov 2014, 13:38 #2 

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Dave
Mars Bars are a lot smaller too. And "old days" Wagon Wheels were so big you could use them as a spare on a real wagon.......

(Not to mention Marathon Bars not being called Snickers... :( )

Posted 04 Nov 2014, 15:36 #3 

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takestock
spangles mmmmmm.........
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Dave....

Posted 04 Nov 2014, 21:28 #4 

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Trebor
takestock wrote:spangles mmmmmm.........


Have you got something to tell us Dave, are you on the next series of Strictly ?

spangle
ˈspaŋɡ(ə)l/
noun
1.
a small thin piece of glittering material, typically sewn as one of many on clothing for decoration; a sequin.
"we were dressed for the show in leotards covered with silver spangles"
verb
verb: spangle; 3rd person present: spangles; past tense: spangled; past participle: spangled; gerund or present participle: spangling
1.
cover with spangles or other small sparkling objects.
"a spangled dress"
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Posted 05 Nov 2014, 08:40 #5 

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takestock
Oh aye, me and the missus with a bit of balroom dancing, I would pay good money for her to be able to do that just nowc :D :D :D

Spangles! Sheltered life Rob?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spangles_(sweets)
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Posted 05 Nov 2014, 09:56 #6 

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Dave
Or better still

http://www.aquarterof.co.uk/spangles-p-151263.html

if only they had them in stock!

Weren't Spangles effectively a fruity version of Tunes? ("A secong glass returg to Dottigham please" - remember that?!)

Posted 05 Nov 2014, 14:44 #7 

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raistlin
Dave wrote:Weren't Spangles effectively a fruity version of Tunes? ("A secong glass returg to Dottigham please" - remember that?!)


Same size and shape :)
Paul

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Posted 05 Nov 2014, 16:36 #8 


PaulT
and also think of what kids of today are missing out on - Jubblies
Paul

That apart Mrs Lincoln, did you enjoy the play

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