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Old 2009-02-06, 14:29   Link #21
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Which is why dunking it in a glass of milk cuts down some of that strong flavor. Otherwise, break open a pack of Danish biscuits.
or you can dunk it in water, it's just the same but i still feel that taste even with the milk
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Old 2009-02-06, 14:29   Link #22
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Amray: Cadbury digestives are nice but I prefer the Mcvities ones.
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Old 2009-02-06, 14:34   Link #23
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Amray: Cadbury digestives are nice but I prefer the Mcvities ones.
That is what I thought the first time I tried a Cadbury's one, that I prefered Mcvities. But then after I found I had eaten practically a whole tin of the Cadbury ones I thought that it was safe to say that they were my new preference.

(Why I am still so thin, I do not know).
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Old 2009-02-06, 14:35   Link #24
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I could eat all the Cadbury's I want but I still love the normal ones most, they pwn
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Old 2009-02-06, 15:29   Link #25
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I prefer Mcvities myself, can't beat a pack of Jaffa cakes

another reason I love british stuff

to have a Oreo?

or

to have a Jaffa Cake?

theres no real competition, JAFFA CAKE FTMFW!!!!

altho one time friend tried what Joey did on friends with Oreos, he failed in epic fashion. He spewed it all back up, wasn't pretty

oh and also how can people eat Beef-Jerky?! its god aweful>__<
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Old 2009-02-06, 23:29   Link #26
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Oreos are the biscuits of the gods.

They're the only biscuit I can eat a whole pack off.

Well rig rolls too...

They're awesome.
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Old 2009-02-07, 09:24   Link #27
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I prefer Mcvities myself, can't beat a pack of Jaffa cakes
another reason I love british stuff
to have a Oreo?
or
to have a Jaffa Cake?
theres no real competition, JAFFA CAKE FTMFW!!!!
Indeed. Jaffa Cakes are one of the most amazing snacks ever produced and put on shelves. I like eating them around the orange center first and then just eat the rest in one.

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oh and also how can people eat Beef-Jerky?! its god aweful>__<
If I knew the answer to that I would tell you, although I cannot. But what I can tell you is that I am never going near that meat flavoured rubber again after my first encounter.
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Old 2009-02-07, 09:30   Link #28
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Jaffa Cakes are
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Old 2009-02-07, 09:43   Link #29
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If I knew the answer to that I would tell you, although I cannot. But what I can tell you is that I am never going near that meat flavoured rubber again after my first encounter.
Do you mean this? Or this?

Pardon me, but I'll have one at the nearest Chinese deli.
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Old 2009-02-07, 09:48   Link #30
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Do you mean this? Or this?
The second. I am not familiar with the previous.
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Old 2009-02-07, 09:50   Link #31
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I've never had an oreo. I love McVitties digestives, and hobnobs. But TimTams remain the best biscuit of all.
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Old 2009-02-07, 09:53   Link #32
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The second. I am not familiar with the previous.
Standard Yank beef jerky is hard to chew, so it's a pain for some with weak jaws. Slim Jims are like jerky, but consists of processed chicken, making it easier to consume.
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Old 2009-02-07, 09:56   Link #33
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Standard Yank beef jerky is hard to chew, so it's a pain for some with weak jaws. Slim Jims are like jerky, but consists of processed chicken, making it easier to consume.
I see. Those Jerky's being hard to chew made things worse as I had to have them in my mouth for longer, to be able to consume them. Which meant I had to taste that horrid flavour for a longer period before I could get rid of it. The taste stayed a while afterwards anyway. I had to have a drink to wash the taste away and that did not even do a good job.

Regardless, I shall stick to digestives, Dairy Milks, and Jaffa Cakes.
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Old 2009-02-07, 10:10   Link #34
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I see. Those Jerky's being hard to chew made things worse as I had to have them in my mouth for longer, to be able to consume them. Which meant I had to taste that horrid flavour for a longer period before I could get rid of it. The taste stayed a while afterwards anyway. I had to have a drink to wash the taste away and that did not even do a good job.
I see. Yes, some of them are so chemically processed that they do leave a lingering aftertaste, but fortunately there are forms of jerky that are made with all-natural and organic ingredients, and with lower sodium content.

Jerky is better paired off with beer, as it's more of a man's junk food.
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Old 2009-02-07, 10:21   Link #35
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Jerky is better paired off with beer, as it's more of a man's junk food.
Out of all seriousness, that would make a lot of sense to me. I can still imagine that any British man would still turn his nose to that stuff though. Here our alcoholic men just eat peanuts and Salt and Vinegar flavoured Walker's crisps.
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The Chinese version of beef jerky, we call it dried meat, its very different from western beef jerky. The wiki link shows the Hongkong beef jerky, that's what I mean by dried meat. Its actually roasted and tastes really good. Its one of the Chinese New Year snacks that everyone loves to eat here in Singapore.

I love Salt and Vinegar chips of all brands, great to go with anime lol
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Old 2009-02-07, 12:37   Link #37
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I have tried crocodile jerky before. Tastes a little like a cross between duck and salmon.

Of course, it is from my relatives living in rural areas, where crocs plague their poultry and fish farms. After the crocs are shot dead (usually with a home-made shotgun or Lee-Enfield, surprisingly still to be working after 60-70 years with homemade ammunition), they are turned into dried or barbecued meat.

I hate salt and vinegar. Prefer cheese or casava flavoured chips.
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Old 2009-02-07, 12:51   Link #38
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Isn't everyone a little off topic..

btw by Chips do people mean Crisps?
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Isn't everyone a little off topic..

btw by Chips do people mean Crisps?
Here we call them potato chips, crisps as well. Chips is one letter easier to type lol
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Isn't everyone a little off topic..

btw by Chips do people mean Crisps?
Crisps are not marketed by UK initially, so the Queen's English doesn't catch on.

US does the marketing thus their Standard English caught on around the world.

Same as the idea of French Fries and Fish & Chips. Both are deep-fried potato strips (even if it is in vegetable oil, macdonalds is bluffing), but almost everyone calls them French Fries (though there is nothing French about them or Sir Walter Raleigh).

It all began with US starting out with the idea of capitalism anyway, and John B. Watson being an American rather than British.
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