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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by greygray, Feb 12, 2010.
So, what's your favorite sweet? I personally dig this.
I don't really eat sweets anymore, but I remember biting those gummy bears in half and piecing two of them together.
Does ice cream count? Haagen Dazs Vanilla Bean, with a splash of whisky. Can't beat it with a stick.
I refuse to answer on the grounds that it may incriminate me. Oh wait, forgot where I was.
Just plain old Haribo for me.
On the chocolate side of the sweet spectrum; Cadbury's Mini Eggs. That is until Kraft take over and make them taste like ***** burgers.
Kit-Kat bars... Mhmmmmm
Scran... I can't wait...
For now, it's salmiak ... salted licorice. Pretty nice stuff
chocolate covered chocolates!! (with chocolate syrup)
Dark chocolate. Gummi Bears (or any gummi candy). Caramels.
If not mints or high cocoa chocolate then it's...
Marks & Spencer Fizzy Fish. Loved them since I was a kid .
I love twizzlers but we don't have them here.
my is less my 'favorite sweet' and more like " what my colleagues wont eat but i still like ' sweet
right now double salt licorice is on top of that list
Can't wait to go back to Europe to get them again!
Those are good, I love them.
I second the vote for Mini Eggs...they are very sought after by all in my family...I spotted some at a CVS pharmacy last week, and couldn't resist!
Last year I found them in an Australian supermarket and bought all they had
Otherwise not much can beat Haribo's Original Goldbären... unfortunately, they're difficult to find in NZ and f**king expensive. I mainly stick to Lindt chocolate.
As a kid I used to spend £1 of my pocket money a week on;
ohhh I love these
I grew up eating them
so happy they are available in north america.
Walmart has them! and Safeway too
Also in the US? I guess I haven't looked very hard since I assumed they wouldn't be available anyway. Guess I'll have to see if I can find them next time i go!
I love sour patch kids at the movie theater and peanut m&ms at home and milky way at work. oh and chocolate milk in the car.