A Conversation for Maltesers

The Perfect Spheres

Post 1

shrinkwrapped

I personally believe that Maltesers are made in space, where the low gravity allows the almost perfect spheres to be made with accuracy.

Of course, Mars will deny this - but then, with a company name like that, who do they think they're fooling?


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Post 2

Captain Slogg

Are these the same aliens who make Galaxy, Milky way and Star bars?smiley - smiley


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Post 3

shrinkwrapped

Almost certainly.


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Post 4

Sho - gainfully employed again

are Star Bars still around?


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Post 5

Spankmunki: The Answer is Lemons. Next break in the current workload due mid-December.

Yes, but they're made by Cadbury I believe. smiley - drool


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Post 6

Sho - gainfully employed again

ah.. chocolate, caramel with peanut butter in the middle? Or am I getting confused (I remember that I liked Star Bars but I can't actually remember what they were smiley - blush)


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Post 7

Captain Slogg

Star bars still available, checkout review at http://www.ciao.co.uk/Cadbury_Star_Bar__Review_5557703

Call me Mr. cynical but I feel that the most astonishing thing about sweets is not the possibility that they may be made by aliens from space, but rather that they are made on earth with space. You've just got to take your hat off to the Marketing geniuses who, when given products to promote which are clearly pumped full of air to make them look bigger can turn this obvious disadvantage into a selling point. It's the honeycombed middle that weighs so little; (Air doesn't weigh much). The sweet with the less fattening centre (Low cal air), The sweet that's whipped over a thousand times so that it won't ruin your appetite (paying money for air ruins my appetite) The mint with the plonking great hole through the middle of it. The most expensive air you'll ever buy smiley - smiley









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