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Do they have this in Europe?

How can you not like DP? lol I love that stuff. I just heard that they didn't have it in the UK and/or Europe, that was gonna make me not travel.

No, you're good to go '05, we do have Dr. Pepper, but its the sort of stuff we either love or hate so, you may not get it everywhere. Rather like 'Marmite', which I don't think you have in the States. Marmite is a yeast extract, I think, and that is the cause of national polarisation. Half the population adore Marmite, the other half can't bear even the slightest taste of it. The manufacturers even use the fact in their advertising!

What we can't handle (and don't usually have on store shelves) and that is Orio's and Twinkies .... :ill:

Roger.
 
No, you're good to go '05, we do have Dr. Pepper, but its the sort of stuff we either love or hate so, you may not get it everywhere. Rather like 'Marmite', which I don't think you have in the States. Marmite is a yeast extract, I think, and that is the cause of national polarisation. Half the population adore Marmite, the other half can't bear even the slightest taste of it. The manufacturers even use the fact in their advertising!

What we can't handle (and don't usually have on store shelves) and that is Orio's and Twinkies .... :ill:

Roger.
Oreos are amazing... eating some now!!
 
i suppose a polite version of minging is "not nice" or "horrible"

its not bad makes a pretty good mixer with vodka;)
 
What we can't handle (and don't usually have on store shelves) and that is Orio's and Twinkies .... :ill:

Roger.

Unfortunately, as with so much American crap, we will be introducing them soon enough. :(

I am obliged at this point to mention Virgin Cola. (any connection with this product is by Corporate name association and not as a satisfied Customer, Moderators: this is blatant advertising in the hope that it might add a micropenny to my bonus)
 
Orio's are lovely, ooooooh biccies

Never had a Twinky though, although not being the fat copper from Die Hard I don't think I need one.
 
Moderators: this is blatant advertising in the hope that it might add a micropenny to my bonus)

As It is Corporate Advertising, possibly an Invoice is in order....;)

Bernie, How much is a Blatant Advert now? £20 Donation, perhaps?:rolleyes:

Chris:)
 
I think the US equivalent of a "Crunchie" is a Butterfinger. I managed to keep the first mouthful down, but it was an effort. I can't stand Hershy's. It's odd how different drinks and chocolates are in out two sweet-toothed countries.
 
Dr Pepper....What the worst that could happen?
Hmmm, don't answer that.
Sainsburys (that's like Walmart's baby brother) stock Oreos.
They're ok, but if they were any good they'd be British and we would have had them for years without saying anything whilst the damn colonials try to pass them off as their own idea.......bit like jet engines.
 
the damn colonials try to pass them off as their own idea.......bit like jet engines.
The same is true of swept wings and the all flying tail plane, both essential in supersonic aircraft.
The worst example is the Mustang (fighter, not car). It was terrible at first, and was only any good once totally redisigned but the (British) Ministry of Air Warfare folks who gave it the Merlin and the bubble canopy and more.:D The "Londis" cornershop at the end of my road does Orios. They're OK, but still can't beat Wagon Wheels!
 
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