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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    Everyday it would bother me. Once a fortnight? Not at all.

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    This is my thought.

    But also...I'm starting to wonder if I've ever had fairy bread...😧

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    Haven't read any replies. It's pretty poor form for a childcare centre to serve up fairy bread. Parents serving fairy bread as a one off at a party - yes. Daycare centres having it on their menu - no! Daycare centres are supposed to lead by example - be the pinnacle of healthy eating (after all they have a chef/cook whose job it is to take care of the food).

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    Quote Originally Posted by HollyGolightly81 View Post
    This is my thought.

    But also...I'm starting to wonder if I've ever had fairy bread...😧
    I honestly have no idea what DH loves about it. He wants it at every party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    cocktail franks
    Oh! I love cocktail franks! (Was going to call them little boys however that's probably politically incorrect).

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Oh! I love cocktail franks! (Was going to call them little boys however that's probably politically incorrect).
    My neighbour calls them little boys. Was the first I had heard it. I call them Cheerios. No idea why. Especially considering that's a cereal.

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    Some people at work also call them 'little boys'. I had never heard of that before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    My neighbour calls them little boys. Was the first I had heard it. I call them Cheerios. No idea why. Especially considering that's a cereal.
    They're Cheerios in qld and little boys in the NT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    They're Cheerios in qld and little boys in the NT.
    That might explain my neighbour (we are in Outback NSW, so close enough) and my parents are both QLDs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    My neighbour calls them little boys. Was the first I had heard it. I call them Cheerios. No idea why. Especially considering that's a cereal.
    Cheerios is a Queensland term (yay us lol) and little boys is a victorian term I think.

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    yeah I've heard little boys. which is a bit pervy when you think about it lol.


 

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