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Strange food you should really give a try


#1002

Sorry, sir. Profanity isn’t allowed here.


#1003

https://g.co/kgs/uLjFjx


#1004

Obviously you´re not a golfer.


#1005

I’d say I didn’t think The Big Lebowski was anything particularly special, even though I like some Coen brothers films a lot, and it’s easily been a a decade and a half since I saw it so I barely remember that movie, but… sure, I guess?


#1006

All I´m saying is you don´t seem to have seen it nearly as much as the average person* has.

*not being literal here


#1007

Green Tea Kitkat. Better than the original too (less sweet)


#1008

I´ve grown really fond of white kit kats as of late, but I guess I´d give this one a try to, just for the heck of it.


#1009

Where is this available?


#1010

Korea.


#1011

Not strange, but given the number of people here who like this, I thought I’d just wet their appetite

I didn’t buy any by the way, because I don’t like white chocolate


#1012

Me neither. At least 85 % for me please. ;D


#1013

That has since decreased…:pensive:


#1014

Yeah, but I guess we’ll never see a Twix Black, because of the outrage that would cause :frowning:.


#1015

Do so many people dislike dark chocolate? :thinking: I can sorta relate to that!

If there should be a racism problem just put Sam Jackson on it saying something like “I´m a bad Mothertwixer” and everyone will love it!


#1016

Do people feed their kids shit like this in Europe? I’m guessing no.


#1017

At least not in such magnitude. For some reason this sugary stuff seems to be super popular in USA.


#1018

You guess right. I know Chocula from the simpson. Never seen the others.


#1019

No. You can’t even buy that stuff here.
The cereals here are made of actual rice/wheat and have some honey/sugar/chocolate added in worst case.
Or oatmeal.

Don’t kids in the US wonder why Dracula is missing his fangs? Or why some of the other characters barely have any teeth left? I’m also guessing no. :smile:


#1020

I don´t think any General Mills products make it over here. But we got an abundace of Kellog´s and Nestlé products here.


#1021

I doubt that’s any different for the products pictured, unless you mean they might have HFCS instead of sugar (or just even more sugar).

Btw, I couldn’t help but notice this mummy’s a bit overweight:

(But anyway, note how it says “frosted cereal”, i.e., cereal coated in sugar.)