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are my biscuit of the month.
but not in Dark Chocolate. In milk chocolate or milk chocolate orange flavour.
where's the shock?
They're gorgeous and people who look down on Aldi/Lidl aren't 'middle class', they're just fucking stupid.
There is no supermarket apartheid in Germany, everyone shops at Lidl/Aldi.
Britain is a ridiculous country.
I just bought mine in a Tesco Express as everywhere else is closed.
the king of confectionary aren't you?
I'd say "Did he invent the biscuit as well?!" Seriously, *every* time.
Because that's quite funny in itself.
call me stupid, i don't care. :(
I'm sure you'll get it eventually. I'm going to do something shopping now. If you haven't got it by the time I get back, I'll give you another clue.
than Sir Isaac's contribution to the field
*that was a reach, nowhere near the quality of Leibniz pun. I'm fully expecting abuse.
he likes to go on about them bringing forth a philosophical problem of object identities, viz. at what ratio of chocolate to biscuit does a chocolate biscuit become a biscuit-chocolate.
I do love my Philosophy teacher.
used to bring in german sweets/biscuits/drinks to our seminars, as examples of "products from german companies" - and then gave them to us. yum yum.
teacher used to bring in wine on the last day at high school. I wish I did French, alas nein.
These: http://tinyurl.com/6ln9xt They're Swedish chocolate wafer things. Someone bought me a bag when they went to IKEA the other day and they're actually luscious.
Sorry to hijack the thread and all that, but as we're talking about foreign chocolatey biscuit things...
do they still serve those meatballs with the red jelly in their cafeteria?
Very nearly worth the trip for that alone.
It was a friend that went, but meatballs in red jelly sounds brilliant.
I tried to explain to someone but they heard "chocolate kecks" (not Kex) and thought it was some amusing reference.
and they've got the most unsexy name ever.
If they ever get around to advertising them on the telly, the advert should include a Hitler lookalike sat in leather chair infront of a roaring fire, wearing a silk swastika emblazoned smoking jacket.
"MMMMMMmmmmmm, Bahlsen Choco Leibniz!!!"
He then eats its seductaively before pressing this mystery this red button next to him. Wails of agony can be heard in the background as a gentle female voice announces "Have a break. Have a Bahlsen Choco Leibniz"
and always takes them to festivals. However, they all melt and become one giant biscuit. >:(
the orange ones? I can't find them anywhere (i.e. Tesco)