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Old 07-23-2009, 07:16 PM   #41
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I never tried them!
Try them.
I am responsible for a couple friends complete addiction to them. To the point where they blame me for their newfound addiction. LOL.

I'm a sucker for anything chocolate and peanut butter. But these are mind-blowing...especially the King size.
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Old 07-23-2009, 07:55 PM   #42
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Try them.
I am responsible for a couple friends complete addiction to them. To the point where they blame me for their newfound addiction. LOL.

I'm a sucker for anything chocolate and peanut butter. But these are mind-blowing...especially the King size.
I don't think we have them here in Quebec.

I'd have to check the Walmart stores or Zellers .
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Old 07-24-2009, 03:25 AM   #43
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Cadbury Dairy Milk (made in the UK, none of that made under contract by Hershey in the USA)
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Cadbury Dairy Milk (made in the UK, none of that made under contract by Hershey in the USA)
They have Cadbury Dairy Milk in Quebec

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Old 07-24-2009, 03:28 PM   #45
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never experienced the Canadian version but the UK version over the US is 10 times better and smoother/creamier
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Old 07-24-2009, 03:48 PM   #46
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never experienced the Canadian version but the UK version over the US is 10 times better and smoother/creamier
Well, i think i'm gonna get me some today!
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Old 07-24-2009, 05:24 PM   #47
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I'm not partial to sweets myself, but when I am...
I can live off these (and I have--lost weight too):
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I never tried them!
I was trying to figure out how this was possible, then I saw that you live in Canada. My only assumption at this point is they don't sell them everywhere up there like they do here in the States. Pretty much any grocery store has these down in our neck of the woods...and they're delicious.

Anything by Reese's could go in the "Stuff that Defeats Stuff" thread and end the thread.
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I was trying to figure out how this was possible, then I saw that you live in Canada. My only assumption at this point is they don't sell them everywhere up there like they do here in the States. Pretty much any grocery store has these down in our neck of the woods...and they're delicious.

Anything by Reese's could go in the "Stuff that Defeats Stuff" thread and end the thread.
Well Toblerone would easily kill Reese's
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Once as a small child on Easter I traded all my candy for the Mini Reese's cups. I ate all of them. I have never been so sick. Still to this day I can't eat them. But I love the normal sized Reese's cups. What can I do to get over this fear of mini Reese's cups?
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Well Toblerone would easily kill Reese's
Yeah, probably. Toblerone is kind of posh, though. I mean Reese's is "normal person candy" while Toblerone is a little more special, at least down here.

I understand why it's so expensive, though:

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They've got laborers mining this stuff!
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Once as a small child on Easter I traded all my candy for the Mini Reese's cups. I ate all of them. I have never been so sick. Still to this day I can't eat them. But I love the normal sized Reese's cups. What can I do to get over this fear of mini Reese's cups?
You can mail them to me for "testing."
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Yeah, probably. Toblerone is kind of posh, though. I mean Reese's is "normal person candy" while Toblerone is a little more special, at least down here.

I understand why it's so expensive, though:

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They've got laborers mining this stuff!
Toblerone is yummy. I love the original one with dairy milk.

I don't like the black or white one!
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I understand why it's so expensive, though:

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They've got laborers mining this stuff!
Looks like Obama pulling the cargo.
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I like choco, pretty much never eat any other candy...
For usual snak, whole food sells bolivian dark choco, in several versiona including with orange peel.
They also have another one, forgot who amkes it, orange peel dark choco.

For special occasions I like Richart, but damn expensive... Butvery tasty.

THe best I'va had was choco from Japan, which they somehow make only once a year, around Valentine day. Not for export, so someone had to send it from there. Lost the link to their site though.
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gummy lifesavers are awesome
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Indeed, they are!
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Simply the greatest chocolate brand ever created:

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