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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by djstarrock, Jun 16, 2007.
Hi, do you like jaffa cakes I personally love them.
Well, I do like Jaffa Cake, but not jaffa cakes.
i like special brownies hehe
A supremely random thread, But I admit its a question that needed asked.
Jaffa cakes are genius, and its impossible to eat just one. One can become quite ill quite quickly.
They rock my socks.
I must admit I've never tried one, but in theory they look pretty tasty.
How could you not its like not ever breathing air.
Jaffa Cakes rules.
I even like many of the fake ones, oranges or other fruits alike...
Whenever I eat them can't stop myself doing Full moon, half moon, total eclipse.
Here's a little Jaffa cake fact the top one is always upside down.
I know I'm gonna wind up drastically in the minority. But I'm not fond of the whole mixing of the fruity with the cakey and the chocolatey.
But that's not all that surprising given that I'm not a huuuge fan of cookies, cakes, pies, or even chocolate really.
Ah-hem, directed at boobage of the icky liquor: I loooove ice cream. I like candy. And um... well, I like specific desserts-- like tiramisu and um, ice cream cake. And certain pies. I like pummkin pie (yes, I realize it's actually "pumpkin"). And specific chocolate one week a month.
i dont think you left anything out that you do like as far as sweet things go... i guess dessert is not the highlight of your meal.
Jaffa Cakes rule but they cost a lot here because they're imported.
I love them... mmmm
I love them, but I don't buy them very often because I know I'll guts the packet in about five minutes.
I actually bought some cherry flavoured ones (they were a Polish brand) a week ago and they were quite delicious. I'd even go as far as saying they were on par with the orange ones.
What the hell are Jaffa Cakes?
I'm glad I'm not the only one.
Most of the people who responded are from the UK, mind you.
We share a lot of our food with them, they should share too. Damn freeloaders
Don't worry Americans, you're not missing much. He's a bit boring and he smells funny because he doesn't believe in soap.
This is what I am wondering.
Wikipedia is your friend (in this case): Jaffa Cakes
I had an English roommate in my college years who used to bring in English chocolates and biscuits, but never brought Jaffa Cakes. The four of us could devour a package of Hobnobs in 5 minutes, so I'll have to be on the lookout for Jaffa Cakes.
YUM now I think I'll go pay $7.00 for a box tomorrow.
God there expensive there its costs 79p here.