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what are your thoughts on them?
but bad news. i tend to avoid buying their products.
they were Jynxt
have you been refreshing this page waiting for me to post your name so you can speak again?
I went to bed and cried.
hence I dont know what a milky bar tastes like
Lovely creamy white chocolate for good little Aryan children.
I'm going to the shop NOW!
Quality Street are arguably better than Roses. However, my taste buds are shit, so don't trust me.
but my tastebuds are really screwed.
than sloth, but my tastebuds are really screwed
But I really wish they didn't make Milky Bars...it'd make things so much easier.
makes dead babies taste so good.
has a tastier version from mars or cadbury (or kellogs for cereal).
A bit like Whitesnake, but you can stick them in a 99.
Would you like TWO milkybars and a foot rub?
are you trying to seduce me?
(and i speak german).
say it out loud?
I can stop worrying now.
my variety pack of Kellogs Cornflakes?
It's in the bin. THIS ISN'T SATIRE
I refer you to the bin.
how are you going to stop yourself from wanking now???
to boycott nestle but do you know HOW MUCH stuff that involves? http://www.babymilkaction.org/pages/products.html
that site's really good actually, have a look if you have 5
more out of curiosity than conviction, i've never found it especially hard. looking at that list I almost do it without trying. damn you fruit gums.
But there are vast amounts of alternatives, which are just as good. As Harru said you can do it with much less effort than you would initially think.
i don't buy any of those products.
i'm a good boycotter (even though i'm not actively actively boycotting, just a little)
where there was a campaign to put nestle products in the students union.
no one cared enough either way to even pretend to participate in the debate that was supposed to take place over it so things were left they were - nestle banned.
tried to ban it but were reminded that there's a thing called choice. So instead they put up signs next to every Nestle product and you felt like a Jew in Nazi Germany when you bought a Milkybar.
this. I was writing/editing for the student paper at the time and went to the "debates". It was all ridiculous.
I like many Nestle products and couldn't care less about their policies. Same goes with Gap etc.
it's more that they aggressively target vulnerable developing countries with a breastmilk substitute product which in turn contributes to the millions of child deaths caused by lack of nutrition below 6 months. i doubt they say it's their policy to kill, but it still (arguably) happens.
Pm me. This morning I found a jar of Nescafe outside their factory!