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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-biscotti View Post
    No sorry, I will have to ban you now

    Those long sprinkle things are so vastly inferior you leave me with no choice
    Is there no way to start a post and exclude the mods? On FB I Can target who sees my posts. Obviously we need a thread about which social forum is superior 😜

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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1454589909.491737.jpg I grew up eating all of these (and many more varieties) on bread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissMuppet View Post
    The long sprinkle things do have the advantage of not rolling around everywhere. I dropped a packet of 100s and 1000s once and oh my goodness I'm still finding those little round balls of sugary fun in random nooks in the kitchen.

    But when it comes to the eating - 100s and 1000s all the way. The long sprinkles always taste a little stale to me in comparison.
    I have never had a firm favourite either way. Honestly I did not have much of either when I was young.

    But I agree that the sprinkles have a stale tadte - but is that just due to texture? As on cupcake things you cannot tell its 'staleness'.

    My DH is very much in the 100's and 1000's corner on everything. Sprinkles are baaaaaad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Only 100s and 1000s would do.

    Ps... yep cake..sugar..food colouring. ..
    Shock horror. If there was a naughty corner you will be in it

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    Default Spin off: 100's and 1000's or 'inferior long sprinkly things'?

    Just wanted to freak you ladies out

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    Natural 100,s and 1000,s - coloured with spinach , beetroot , capsicum and carrot - I bought them for DS 2nd birthday - they were beyond gross and ended up in the bin !

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Shock horror. If there was a naughty corner you will be in it
    Can I take my cake? And eat it too? 😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamtam View Post
    Can I take my cake? And eat it too? 😂
    Only if we make it 'time-in' not 'time-out' and I can come share the cake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alliecat89 View Post
    Depends what your talking about - fairy bread, cakes, ice cream?
    Everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ahalfdozen View Post
    Attachment 78116 I grew up eating all of these (and many more varieties) on bread.
    Are you Dutch? My husbands family has friends in Holland and they went as kids and he said it was ALL about chocolate sprinkles for breakfast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Are you Dutch? My husbands family has friends in Holland and they went as kids and he said it was ALL about chocolate sprinkles for breakfast!
    My mum's from a dutch family and would explain this, then when we were in Holland the sprinkles are brought out for breakfast. When my mum's family were too poor for sprinkles they would have lard on bread sprinkled with sugar. I love the dutch sprinkles, even the "mouse poos" (muisjes) sugar coated aniseeds, but their choc sprinkles put any Dollar Sweets imitations to absolute shame!

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