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Which is the better one?
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there's something very wrong with people that like crunchie
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>>15388405
I thank God every day that I am not a yuropoor.
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Crunchies have the much better chocolate but Violet Crumbles have the better honeycomb.
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>>15388405
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>>15388405
What?
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Violet Crumble for sure. I'm able to find crunchies in a local store or two but no luck with Violet Crumbles.
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>>15388507
Based
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>>15388410
I love crunchie it is the best, i always have
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Dude the crumble is amazing
>t. Burger whose local grocer has a shelf of Bongchow
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>>15388405
Place I used to vacation at had a lodge that sold foreign candies like this. As a kid I thought it was some kind of joke, then later I realized Euros are just bad at marketing, making their food sound like something a toddler would mumble or an industrial cleaning product. "Hydrox."
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>>15388557
neat, what area has so many brits?
in my area in cali there are portugese shelves in the rural supermarkets
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violent crumble
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>>15388557
god that picture is depressing
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>>15388557
You brits eat penguins? No wonder you're all fucked in the heads.
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>>15388405
Crunchie.
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>>15389774
When I was a little kid and went to summer camp in Connecticut there were tons of brits as camp couselors, it was close to NYC and a lot of it had to do with the currency exchange rate. I still have a pound I bought from one, that cost me two bucks USD.
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>>15388405
Violet Crumble, by far.

>>15388420
Australia isn't in Europe.
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>>15388693
Weren't those the original oreos? We used to get those at summer camp when I was a kid.
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>>15389857
>Australia isn't in Europe.
Yea its Chinese
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>>15388693
It does sound like some kind of laundry detergent.
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>>15388693
euros (especially bongs) have been infantilised by the welfare state
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>>15388557
>coffee crisp
not British
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>>15389832
Penguins, what do you mean penguins? Brits don't eat penguins. Do you eat penguins?
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>>15388557
>plain digestive biscuit

what the fuck
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>>15388410
Why? I like the Crunchie. Chocolate and honeycomb, what's not to like?
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>>15392155
The texture is a little off-putting. Dry and chalky.
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>>15389774
I think there’s a grand total of approximately 0 Brits in my area.
It’s just part of the “international” aisle at a Publix. There’s also a German shelf, a Caribbean one, and a few others.
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>>15388430
capitalism has no shame
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The "chocolate compound" on Violent Crumbles is awful. A shame too, since the honeycomb is better than the stuff Cabbury use for Crunchies.
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>>15392100

dunk it in yer tea m8
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>>15393105
Why would I ever do that when tim tams exist
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>>15392100
They fill the same role as all those plain Arnott's biscuits like Milk Coffees and Teddies do.
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>>15389857
>Australia isn't in Europe.
you're right, it's worse.
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>>15388405
Never had a Violet Crumble before. Used to like Crunchies when I was a kid though. Sucking the centre out and letting it melt in your mouth is quite satisfying.
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>>15388410
cadburys chocolate tastes different in each part of the world
Im in the UK and love crunchie
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>>15388557
what a shit selection
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>>15393936
No wonder you grew to be a fag
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>>15394306
that is not very nice

>>15393936
i used to do that aswell
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>>15389774
These are pretty common I'm america, even in bumfuckistan.
If there's one thing we're spoiled on, it's food, both price and selecfion. You can get ANYTHING if you're willing to pay enough for it.
I mean, doesn't that only make sense?
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>>15388410
crunchie is literally the best cadbury bar
filtered
wunderbar/starbar is a close 2nd
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>>15394334
We have the same thing in the UK, were shops will have a very small US foods section as big as this one >>15388557
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>>15394335
Starbars are amazing, they shit all over Boosts.
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>>15388410
This.

Also, anything from Nestle is automatically terrible.
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>>15388557
Bruh, yours has Irn Bru? Lucky!
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>>15388405
They can all get fucked
Violet crumble
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>>15388693
You might have been on to something, if Hydrox was European.
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>>15388557
Aww that must be the best part of your supermarket
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Alright next one. Which?
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>>15396462
Kit Kat all the way
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>>15388693
>>15389879
>>15389902
Hydrox are indeed the original Oreo (but not the same product, Oreo came afterwards and simply took off much better, wasn't a rebranding or anything), and are American.
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>>15388557
>All those cordials
>No vimto



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