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Sweet tobacco - coconut coated with chocolate - totally addictive.

Sweet cigarettes - yeuk, but the cards that came with them could be fun.

Aniseed balls were my favourites, and cough candy, black jacks, anything flavoured with clove or cinnamon.


Oooh now i didn't like the spicy stuff - but i loved traffic light lollies (if you ate too many they made the roof of your mouth bleed!) - and barley sugar sticks.


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And we had blocks of soft toffee/caramel with a cow on the wrapper - scottish I think they were.............

McCowan's Highland Toffee. It came in boxes or as bars with a wrapper you could never get off. It was pretty tough stuff as I remember.

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How did a thread about fitness turn into a sugarfest?

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Gob Stoppers, everyone I knew wanted to buy me one. Those sour Apples and those sweets that tasted like cellulose thinners Pear Drops what about those presentation packs with cigs a cigar and sweety matches, I mourn the loss of those Jubilee orange frozen things.
Bet Loftyeric is wetting himself at our little nostalgic trip back in time...
Penny arrows and black jacks...oooooh and I'm still as fit as a butchers dog


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McCowan's Highland Toffee. It came in boxes or as bars with a wrapper you could never get off. It was pretty tough stuff as I remember.


You can still get it in bars. The wrappers still won't come off.

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Bazooka Joe bubblegum, wrapped in a tiny comic with a billy stamper inside too.


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DisneyTime wrote:
JohnnyNewEggs wrote:
McCowan's Highland Toffee. It came in boxes or as bars with a wrapper you could never get off. It was pretty tough stuff as I remember.


You can still get it in bars. The wrappers still won't come off.

Lucky Bags with those cheap Chinese novelties and what about Flying Saucers ,Space Ships with fake "Cocaine" inside what a swizz !
Batman cards with shitty bubbly, kaylie the American cream soda type stuff and spanish stick.
Bloody hell the kids of today don't know they're born...Is this turning into a classic sketch "The Four Yorkshiremen" Who had thought...


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I still buy a massive tub of flying saucers from the makro every time I am back home :roll:

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I still buy a massive tub of flying saucers from the makro every time I am back home :roll:

Why ! Is this to fly back home in, are you an Alien or from Sheffield. That pickle factory in Sheffield are perfecting an everlasting sweet Hawley pickle in the style of another Willy, the great Willy Wonka


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now if they could invent the ever lasting willy we they might be onto a winner.

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Joemeek wrote:
Gob Stoppers, everyone I knew wanted to buy me one. Those sour Apples and those sweets that tasted like cellulose thinners Pear Drops what about those presentation packs with cigs a cigar and sweety matches, I mourn the loss of those Jubilee orange frozen things.
Bet Loftyeric is wetting himself at our little nostalgic trip back in time...
Penny arrows and black jacks...oooooh and I'm still as fit as a butchers dog


How right you are! That toffee you couldn't get the wrapper off :thumleft:

Bazooka Joe bubble gum :thumleft: Still have a harmonica that I saved wrappers to get!

Anyone remember Long Life lager flavoured chewing gum?

Mint Cracknell - green shards of mint fibreglass that used to stick in your tongue :shock:

sherbet Dip Dab :*:

Tudor Wackys - salt & vineagar - shrivell your mouth up

Ahh bliss. I'm going to play with my cars on the mat now :wink:

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loftyeric2 wrote:
Anyone remember Long Life lager flavoured chewing gum?


Sounds fantastic, fortified lager all day long


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lager flavoured bubble chewing gum....wrong!!!!

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mylifesexample wrote:
lager flavoured bubble chewing gum....wrong!!!!


Depends just how seriously you're addicted...could have rivalled nicotine patches for smokers for who tabs alone don't do it


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Well I usually would chew gum to get rid of the mongy beer breath...but I see your point.

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Anyway, I like these:
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I got some of those on my birthday. :)

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