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    Default Your favourite not-so-well-known treat?

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    twisties dipped in come is yum. Used to do it as a kid and everyone thought it was gross. I still think it tastes good as an adult.

    what?!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    Twisties dipped in come is yum. Used to do it as a kid and everyone thought it was gross. I still think it tastes good as an adult.
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    Twisties dipped in WHAT???????

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    Twisties dipped in come is yum. Used to do it as a kid and everyone thought it was gross. I still think it tastes good as an adult.

    In woolworths in the dairy section near the custards and mouse you can buy 'OMG puddings' . They are so delicious. The chocolates ones especially. You just heat them in the microwave and its like a Rich cake but when you cut into it all the chocolate sauce oozes out from the middle. They are about a million calories though.
    I have a dirty mind. Please please please tell me what word auto-corrected to 'come' in your post. I know it's not the correct spelling but when you read it ...

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    Bahahahahahahaha oops. Yes DEFINITELY typo! Stupid iPad.
    Twisties dipped in COKE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    Twisties dipped in come is yum. Used to do it as a kid and everyone thought it was gross. I still think it tastes good as an adult.
    Bahahahahahaha
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    Tissues please! That is the funniest typo I have ever read... I hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jez View Post
    Bahahahahahahaha oops. Yes DEFINITELY typo! Stupid iPad.
    Twisties dipped in COKE.
    Oh what an anti-climax

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    Thanks for the giggle jez! Needed that!

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    I think that would have to be the worst auto correct typo I have ever made. And thank you all so much for quickly quoting it so me editing my post won't help erase that bit of embarrassment .

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    Dh and I are both in hysterics over that typo. Best belly laugh in ages!

    I love Griffin's Krispie biscuits. And my favourite dessert growing up was fresh fruit salad and pouring cream. My granny used to use a 50/50 ratio, all mushed together in a bowl. Now I do it with yoghurt. Oh, and bananas slit open with chocolate in the middle barbecued. Best ever scout dessert.

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    I just had a bowl of vanilla ice cream covered in milo

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