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post #1 of 8 Old 10-08-2007, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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What chocolate bars are in your country? (or brands)

I am just curious what do they have in other countries.
Over here in Australia we have:
Mars Bars
Snickers
White Nights
Curly Wurlys
Bounty
Aero
Whittackers
Etc. Some brands we also have are:
Whiskers (cat food)
Black and Gold (the cheap version of things)
Bam
Yoplait
Pine o cleen
And horse shops:
Bonnets
Saddle World
Horse Land

Please list some things from over in your country!
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post #2 of 8 Old 10-11-2007, 09:06 AM
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I'm a chocolaholic. Dark chocolates are getting more popular here since they came out with the study on how its good for you (in small quantities) I love the dark stuff so glad its more available now. Curly whirlys sound interesting :) Whats that?
Choc. Brands in US:
Hershey
Cadburry
M&M's
Mars
Lindt
Ghirardelli
Dove
Nestles
Russell Stover
Whitmans
Lots more can't remember the names of
Online horse shops:
Country supply
Jeffers
State Line
Dover
Valley Vet
KV vet
Smartpak
I'm sure there's more
Cat food that I use
Special Kitty for barn cats
Purina cat chow indoor formula for my house cat
Purina dog chow for the mutts


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post #3 of 8 Old 10-11-2007, 06:50 PM
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your makin me hungry, im going to go raid the pantry
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post #4 of 8 Old 10-11-2007, 07:36 PM
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your makin me hungry, im going to go raid the pantry
no kidding, I need a Kiss Hershey Kiss that is.


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post #5 of 8 Old 10-12-2007, 03:21 AM Thread Starter
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Curly Whirly is a a chocolate bar. And it is hard caramel/toffe stuff that has been over lapped sort of. Like if you had 2 pieces of string and your wrapped them up like a criss cross thing. Like a plat without the third one hair!

Then it is covered in chocolate. They are pretty light so they sell cheap.

We get Cadbury, Lindt, Nestle etc. And Purina. And stuff like M&MS and that. But never have I seen a Hershey Kiss. I wish I could visit America and Japan!
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Wow. I looked up hersheys kisses on google. To be honest I thought it would be a chocolate bar. But they are just little drops of chocolate, they look like they were pored then the chocolate stream broke off and it leaves the little pointy bit. Yeah, well like that, but over here we get little chocolates wrapped up like lady bugs, hearts, coins etc but we just call them chocolate!
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Wow. I looked up hersheys kisses on google. To be honest I thought it would be a chocolate bar. But they are just little drops of chocolate, they look like they were pored then the chocolate stream broke off and it leaves the little pointy bit. Yeah, well like that, but over here we get little chocolates wrapped up like lady bugs, hearts, coins etc but we just call them chocolate!
They have them with peanut butter, caramel, and cherry filling too. They have just started coming out with dark chocolate and little baby kisses that are like M&M's. They are popular cookie additions. The bigger kisses are pushed down into a sugar cookie and baked. Or wrapped in pastry . Yummy


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Mmm. I want one.
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