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post #21 of 55 Old 03-26-2013, 12:07 PM
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I can't say I'm a coffee drinker. Every so often I'll have an iced coffee, but that's only about once or twice a year. Other than that, I just don't drink the stuff. Don't need to. Don't enjoy it.

I do agree about the Cadbury Dairy Milk, however.

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post #22 of 55 Old 03-26-2013, 12:35 PM
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I used to drink 2 coffees a day... Not a big chocolate fan but I do like Kit Kat bars.

Last week I found out I am lactose intolerent... so no more of either, finding an alternative is a must. Sure don't think about how hard not having coffee is until you can't, I swear it's worse then quitting smoking LOL!

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That was just posted on haflingerfriends as well. Not sure if I would be trying it either - even if it did become available over here.
yes, I posted it, but no-one said anything
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I've cut right back on coffee as it makes me twitchy & irritable so I limit myself now to 1 or 2 cups a day with hazelnut flavouring but chocolate mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Kit Kats, Toblerone, Cadbury Fruit and Nut, Ferrero Rocher if someone buys them for me
Apart from the mini eggs I've not seen Chocolate Easter Eggs in the US?
You wouldn't be able to move in a UK supermarket for them at this time of year - is this usual or just CT?
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I've cut right back on coffee as it makes me twitchy & irritable so I limit myself now to 1 or 2 cups a day with hazelnut flavouring but chocolate mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Kit Kats, Toblerone, Cadbury Fruit and Nut, Ferrero Rocher if someone buys them for me
Apart from the mini eggs I've not seen Chocolate Easter Eggs in the US?
You wouldn't be able to move in a UK supermarket for them at this time of year - is this usual or just CT?
You don't have chocolate Easter eggs??? Wow

Personally I think they are a poor choice and a large bar of Cadbury's wins every time.
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I'm horrible on that list - ever since I sold Toby I usually read and not respond. But I corrected that. ;)
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I've cut right back on coffee as it makes me twitchy & irritable so I limit myself now to 1 or 2 cups a day with hazelnut flavouring but chocolate mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Kit Kats, Toblerone, Cadbury Fruit and Nut, Ferrero Rocher if someone buys them for me
Apart from the mini eggs I've not seen Chocolate Easter Eggs in the US?
You wouldn't be able to move in a UK supermarket for them at this time of year - is this usual or just CT?
I haven't been able to find one of those big eggs with the really pretty foil on it here in Canada for the past 5 years (kids!) so I just make do with the chocolate shaped like a Disney character.....branding is everything I guess! In NZ you could find beautiful big eggs with the pretty foil, even the chocolate egg would be from a mold with patterns all over it......sigh.
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You don't have chocolate Easter eggs??? Wow

Personally I think they are a poor choice and a large bar of Cadbury's wins every time.
Agree they are a rip off for value - I just miss seeing them on the shelves!!!
More is definitely best where Cadbury choc is concerned which is why I pile weight on when I don't get outdoors enough to work it off!!!
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I've cut right back on coffee as it makes me twitchy & irritable so I limit myself now to 1 or 2 cups a day with hazelnut flavouring but chocolate mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Kit Kats, Toblerone, Cadbury Fruit and Nut, Ferrero Rocher if someone buys them for me
Apart from the mini eggs I've not seen Chocolate Easter Eggs in the US?
You wouldn't be able to move in a UK supermarket for them at this time of year - is this usual or just CT?
I'm irritable without coffee, god knows what I'd be like on it Probably divorced lol!

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I've cut right back on coffee as it makes me twitchy & irritable so I limit myself now to 1 or 2 cups a day with hazelnut flavouring but chocolate mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Kit Kats, Toblerone, Cadbury Fruit and Nut, Ferrero Rocher if someone buys them for me
Apart from the mini eggs I've not seen Chocolate Easter Eggs in the US?
You wouldn't be able to move in a UK supermarket for them at this time of year - is this usual or just CT?
I have seen a lot of chocolate eggs, cadbury ones, too. Generally speaking, they have a lot of really pretty ones, many of which are of low quality chocolate not suitable for eating...so it has to be a "trusted" brand name. Reeses even makes them...and they ain't to shabby.

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