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Saw it at the supermarket and decided to satisfy a curiousity.
is buying it from the Supermarket, although they aren't that great fresh.
it was good.
and then even better than that is an apple and a twix SEPERATELY
I remember rock hard toffee, under which is a massive great big apple. Usually a soft crappy apple like a Granny Smith also. Meh.
they're rock hard.
remember the bitter disappointment as a kid. soft, soggy supermarket apple underneath delicious toffee. bleurhg
it was an apple core on a twig for us
oh, oh, OH, apple core on a twig he says, i used to eat a pine cone on a barb of wire, in the snow, etc.
soft like a granny smiths. not a thing.
when they have slices toffeed up.
Not sure if this is a thing actually, might just be one restaurant that I used to go to as a kid. I haven't considered having a dessert at a Chinese for years. Maybe I should. They had toffee banana as well. Sounds good.
best three word combo of the day
And is endorsed by Max Clifford
And Freddy Nordstrom (?)
but they might be.
you have to have these at a fair or on bonfire night, like cotton candy. You can't eat it out of context. It wouldn't be the same.
they're from an era when an apple was an exciting treat.
anyway, the lady said they'd lay on free desserts. what constitutes a thai dessert?
I'm thinking light cakes and sorbets? what you say, pals?
pretty rank shit as I found out whilst discovering the secrets of my soul in SE Asia.
no way, it is amazing. tako is the only gross shit.