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Vicky Ayech
2018-12-05 21:53:21 UTC
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Lizzie said she would give Lily money for a present for Freddie.
Surely they have credit cards in Borsetshire? Lily won't spend less
than ..£30? on a gift from Lizzie? And one from herself too. Lizzie
would transfer money to her account and she'd have a debit or credit
card.

And Phoebe sounded like Alice or Kate; feckless. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was) Lily's family are in trouble
financially so splashing out is not good as well as birthday presents.
And I don't think Lily is in a hurry to go back, although she is right
her mum doesn't sound right.
Flop
2018-12-06 09:47:18 UTC
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v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush

TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.

Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
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I want to re-marry my ex.
She thinks I am after my money.
Chris McMillan
2018-12-07 09:01:43 UTC
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v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head. My friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).

Sincerely Chris
Chris McMillan
2018-12-07 19:04:56 UTC
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v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head. My friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry. £2.70. Thanks
to Kelloggs

Sincerely Chris
Nick Odell
2018-12-08 01:07:16 UTC
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v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head. My friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry. £2.70. Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.

Nick
Chris McMillan
2018-12-09 09:20:09 UTC
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v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head. My friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry. £2.70. Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!

Sincerely Chris
Nick Odell
2018-12-11 19:39:20 UTC
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Post by Flop
v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head. My friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry. £2.70. Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!
In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this afternoon
I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having tasted the box I
tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a little bit better.
There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on the packet and I think
I've worked out how they managed to use it to imply that the filling is
five times thicker than the pastry without actually saying that it is,
because it isn't.

On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count certain
sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but manage to
stabilise in a pop tart.

All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't had
for about twenty-seven years.

And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.


Nick
Sam Plusnet
2018-12-11 21:59:39 UTC
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In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this afternoon
I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having tasted the box I
tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a little bit better.
There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on the packet and I think
I've worked out how they managed to use it to imply that the filling is
five times thicker than the pastry without actually saying that it is,
because it isn't.
On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count certain
sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but manage to
stabilise in a pop tart.
All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't had
for about twenty-seven years.
And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.
Thank you for doing that research, which means that I don't have to.

Ever.
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krw
2018-12-11 22:56:47 UTC
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one that I haven't had for about twenty-seven years.
TMI.

It seems a remarkably precise period.
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Nick Odell
2018-12-11 23:46:00 UTC
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one that I haven't had for about twenty-seven years.
TMI.
It seems a remarkably precise period.
I think they launched in the UK around 1992 when our kids were still
quite little. We tried them then abandoned them over a very short space
of time back then.

Nick
krw
2018-12-12 11:10:17 UTC
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one that I haven't had for about twenty-seven years.
TMI.
It seems a remarkably precise period.
I think they launched in the UK around 1992 when our kids were still
quite little. We tried them then abandoned them over a very short space
of time back then.
Nick
Oh I thought they were older than that for some reason.
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Mike
2018-12-12 11:19:11 UTC
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one that I haven't had for about twenty-seven years.
TMI.
It seems a remarkably precise period.
I think they launched in the UK around 1992 when our kids were still
quite little. We tried them then abandoned them over a very short space
of time back then.
Nick
Oh I thought they were older than that for some reason.
I am told it is ‘the oldest profession’ in the err.... Oh! I see! - sorry.
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LFS
2018-12-12 09:47:34 UTC
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Post by Flop
v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head.  My
friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.
Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!
In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this afternoon
I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having tasted the box I
tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a little bit better.
There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on the packet and I think
I've worked out how they managed to use it to imply that the filling is
five times thicker than the pastry without actually saying that it is,
because it isn't.
On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count certain
sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but manage to
stabilise in a pop tart.
All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't had
for about twenty-seven years.
And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.
In the golden days of another newsgroup, that experiment would have
earned you a dinky little silver cup. I think the cup is still held by
the chap who tracked down the fish shop which sold battered creme eggs.
And ate one.
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Laura (emulate St George for email)
BrritSki
2018-12-12 12:41:03 UTC
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Post by Flop
v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head.  My
friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.
Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!
In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this
afternoon I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having
tasted the box I tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a
little bit better. There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on
the packet and I think I've worked out how they managed to use it to
imply that the filling is five times thicker than the pastry without
actually saying that it is, because it isn't.
On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count
certain sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but
manage to stabilise in a pop tart.
All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't had
for about twenty-seven years.
And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.
In the golden days of another newsgroup, that experiment would have
earned you a dinky little silver cup. I think the cup is still held by
the chap who tracked down the fish shop which sold battered creme eggs.
And ate one.
I have a friend who once put 3 creme eggs in his mouth at once and then
ate them. I felt rather sick and still do just thinking about it...
Mike Headon
2018-12-12 14:26:13 UTC
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Post by LFS
Post by Nick Odell
Post by Nick Odell
Post by Flop
v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head.  My
friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.
Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!
In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this
afternoon I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having
tasted the box I tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a
little bit better. There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on
the packet and I think I've worked out how they managed to use it to
imply that the filling is five times thicker than the pastry without
actually saying that it is, because it isn't.
On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count
certain sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but
manage to stabilise in a pop tart.
All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't
had for about twenty-seven years.
And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.
In the golden days of another newsgroup, that experiment would have
earned you a dinky little silver cup. I think the cup is still held by
the chap who tracked down the fish shop which sold battered creme
eggs. And ate one.
I have a friend who once put 3 creme eggs in his mouth at once and then
ate them. I felt rather sick and still do just thinking about it...
I had a colleague who always gave me Creme Eggs on my birthday, thinking
that I like them. I slipped them to another colleague when he was away
from his desk!
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Mike
2018-12-12 14:44:22 UTC
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Post by Nick Odell
Post by Flop
v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head.  My
friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.
Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!
In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this
afternoon I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having
tasted the box I tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a
little bit better. There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on
the packet and I think I've worked out how they managed to use it to
imply that the filling is five times thicker than the pastry without
actually saying that it is, because it isn't.
On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count
certain sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but
manage to stabilise in a pop tart.
All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't had
for about twenty-seven years.
And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.
In the golden days of another newsgroup, that experiment would have
earned you a dinky little silver cup. I think the cup is still held by
the chap who tracked down the fish shop which sold battered creme eggs.
And ate one.
I have a friend who once put 3 creme eggs in his mouth at once and then
ate them. I felt rather sick and still do just thinking about it...
And did that Cad bury his foolishness by cracking a smile afterwards?
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Sally Thompson
2018-12-12 19:28:24 UTC
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Post by LFS
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Post by Flop
v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head.  My
friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.
Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!
In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this
afternoon I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having
tasted the box I tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a
little bit better. There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on
the packet and I think I've worked out how they managed to use it to
imply that the filling is five times thicker than the pastry without
actually saying that it is, because it isn't.
On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count
certain sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but
manage to stabilise in a pop tart.
All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't had
for about twenty-seven years.
And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.
In the golden days of another newsgroup, that experiment would have
earned you a dinky little silver cup. I think the cup is still held by
the chap who tracked down the fish shop which sold battered creme eggs.
And ate one.
I have a friend who once put 3 creme eggs in his mouth at once and then
ate them. I felt rather sick and still do just thinking about it...
Look, some of us are eating while reading this thread you know!
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Sally in Shropshire, UK
Sam Plusnet
2018-12-12 21:37:34 UTC
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Post by Flop
v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head.  My
friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.
Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!
In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this
afternoon I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having
tasted the box I tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a
little bit better. There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on
the packet and I think I've worked out how they managed to use it to
imply that the filling is five times thicker than the pastry without
actually saying that it is, because it isn't.
On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count
certain sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but
manage to stabilise in a pop tart.
All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't had
for about twenty-seven years.
And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.
In the golden days of another newsgroup, that experiment would have
earned you a dinky little silver cup. I think the cup is still held by
the chap who tracked down the fish shop which sold battered creme eggs.
And ate one.
I have a friend who once put 3 creme eggs in his mouth at once and then
ate them. I felt rather sick and still do just thinking about it...
Look, some of us are eating while reading this thread you know!
It did say "spoiler" in the subject line.
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Chris McMillan
2018-12-13 08:37:44 UTC
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v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head.  My
friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.
Thanks
to Kelloggs
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop-Tarts

Introduced by Kelloggs in 1964, probably not in the UK or we’d remember
them as part of our own childhood?

Sincerely Chris
Nick Odell
2018-12-13 11:02:35 UTC
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v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head.  My
friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.
Thanks
to Kelloggs
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pop-Tarts
Introduced by Kelloggs in 1964, probably not in the UK or we’d remember
them as part of our own childhood?
Sincerely Chris
Wikipedia says they were introduced to the UK in the early 1990s. I'm
confident, because of my own personal time-line that must have been
before mid-1993.

In those days it could take months for a US recording, movie, book to
have its release in the UK but foodstuffs[1]?

Nick
[1]FSVO "Food"
Jenny M Benson
2018-12-13 15:57:48 UTC
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Introduced by Kelloggs in 1964, probably not in the UK or we’d remember
them as part of our own childhood?
I love the use of "we" there. Thank you very much for the compliment,
Chris!
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Sally Thompson
2018-12-13 18:18:44 UTC
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Introduced by Kelloggs in 1964, probably not in the UK or we’d remember
them as part of our own childhood?
I love the use of "we" there. Thank you very much for the compliment,
Chris!
I always assumed they were a sort of jam tart and have been very puzzled
indeed at the idea of putting them in a toaster. Thanks to Wikipedia, my
education is now complete and they look absolutely revolting!
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Chris McMillan
2018-12-14 13:09:02 UTC
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Introduced by Kelloggs in 1964, probably not in the UK or we’d remember
them as part of our own childhood?
I love the use of "we" there. Thank you very much for the compliment,
Chris!
I *was* one of them though with no tv and only younger cousins it’d be
unlikely I would have had any, most of my friends came from families who
would have eaten all the ‘must have’ foods and watched all the ‘must watch’
tv. Even I sometimes remember such things by osmosis. You’re older than
me Jenny! :)

Sincerely Chris

Chris McMillan
2018-12-13 08:24:52 UTC
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v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head. My friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry. £2.70. Thanks
to Kelloggs
Just a wild guess but I imagine that £2.70 isn't for a box of 36.
Nick
Nope!
In the interests of research, while I was in Sainsbury's this afternoon
I bought a box of eight for a taste test. Then, having tasted the box I
tasted a pop tart. I think the box might have been a little bit better.
There's a wonderful illustration of a pop tart on the packet and I think
I've worked out how they managed to use it to imply that the filling is
five times thicker than the pastry without actually saying that it is,
because it isn't.
On a more positive note, I can confidently state that the product
contains no artificial sweeteners of any sort - unless you count certain
sugars that don't seem to exist in the natural world but manage to
stabilise in a pop tart.
All in all it was a very absorbing experience - one that I haven't had
for about twenty-seven years.
And if I'm lucky I won't have it again for another twenty-seven.
Nick
You’re a braver man than we are gunja din.

Sincerely Chris
Clive Arthur
2018-12-12 14:40:52 UTC
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v
v. Buy yourself
something lush? (or whatever word it was)
Yes, Lush
TA will be improved significantly by the income from Product Placement.
Look out for Heinz beans in Tony's veggie boxes. :-)
Brilliant that was. And it shouldn’t have gone over my head. My friends
who used to live in Bromsgrove, moved to Poole. The Lush factory was two
mins walk from their house on a tiny ind. estate (not more than another
five to the hugest Lidl I’ve ever seen).
Sincerely Chris
Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry. £2.70. Thanks
to Kelloggs
Sincerely Chris
Strange that a company which invented cornflakes partly to discourage
masturbation should now be selling tarts.

Cheers
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Flop
2018-12-12 16:51:01 UTC
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Yes, Pop Tarts still exist. Sains has choc or strawberry.  £2.70.  Thanks
to Kelloggs
Sincerely Chris
Strange that a company which invented cornflakes partly to discourage
masturbation should now be selling tarts.
Cheers
Not Kelloggs.

It was Mr Kipling the Suffolk murder who put all his tarts in boxes.
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Flop

I want to re-marry my ex.
She thinks I am after my money.
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