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Cadbury Creme eggs

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iEyeCaptain wrote:
Apr 6th, 2016 3:53 pm
How do you guys eat these?

I bite off a bit at the top, then jab my tongue in and out for all the white stuff, and when I can't reach any more, I bite the chocolate shell some more until I can reach more white stuff with my tongue.

When I reach the halfway point, I toss it into my mouth and chew it all.
So you like to lick the white stuff. Too much information there.
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carmaster wrote:
Apr 6th, 2016 4:14 pm
So you like to lick the white stuff. Too much information there.
but after all the hard work with the tongue action, the load at the end is so creamy and delicious :(
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iEyeCaptain wrote:
Apr 6th, 2016 3:53 pm
How do you guys eat these?

I bite off a bit at the top, then jab my tongue in and out for all the white stuff, and when I can't reach any more, I bite the chocolate shell some more until I can reach more white stuff with my tongue.

When I reach the halfway point, I toss it into my mouth and chew it all.
When they were bigger maybe this might have been fun, but they're so gosh darn tiny now, it's just not worth the bother. In the mouth the whole thing goes for me...maybe one bite first, then the rest is just shoved right in there.
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playnicee1 wrote:
Apr 7th, 2016 3:02 am
When they were bigger maybe this might have been fun, but they're so gosh darn tiny now, it's just not worth the bother. In the mouth the whole thing goes for me...maybe one bite first, then the rest is just shoved right in there.
you and i may have different sized tongues.
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how are they now 1.43 each.. they used to be like 88 cents
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ericlewis91 wrote:
Jan 12th, 2017 1:32 pm
how are they now 1.43 each.. they used to be like 88 cents
Depends on where you go to get one. The price has always been the same price as a standard chocolate bar most places, even though a chocolate bar averages 50g, while this item is only 34g.
What is the price of a chocolate bar where you saw that $1.43 price?
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ericlewis91 wrote:
Jan 12th, 2017 1:45 pm
like the single cadbury eggs
Yes. I'm glad they found an excuse to bring them out twice a year instead of just once a year...sure, I'm referring to the Scream eggs that come out at Halloween, but it's just a green dye, right? Still the same Easter cream egg. lol
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I remember the 3 packs used to be 1.99 for 3 eggs.. now shoppers wants 1.43 PER EGG.. nuts
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ericlewis91 wrote:
Jan 13th, 2017 10:48 am
I remember the 3 packs used to be 1.99 for 3 eggs.. now shoppers wants 1.43 PER EGG.. nuts
They used to be slightly larger too, but I do remember them being sold for the same price as a chocolate bar. You might find them for 82 cents each @ Dollarama, but before Easter, I doubt you'll find them for less than that in 2017.
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playnicee1 wrote:
Jan 25th, 2016 1:38 pm
^I'm scared to see the price of those UK "Fun filled ice creams". (as in, not fun filled "frozen dessert")
It's only Canada that has a dairy cartel.
Go to the US and you can get real ice cream that's made with *GASP* cream for the same price as Breyer's blue box here.
Granted... they also have Edy's? or something that 's the same junk as Breyer's but it's also significantly cheaper.
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playnicee1 wrote:
Jan 13th, 2017 11:36 am
They used to be slightly larger too, but I do remember them being sold for the same price as a chocolate bar. You might find them for 82 cents each @ Dollarama, but before Easter, I doubt you'll find them for less than that in 2017.
every year they are more expensive :(
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ericlewis91 wrote:
Jan 18th, 2017 4:18 pm
every year they are more expensive :(
Yes, a recent increase from 77 cents to 82 cents, but that's still a good price for one when everyone else seems to be charging more.

If lucky, you might get a deal at Dollar tree-two for $1.25, but I'm not stating a fact. I have not been there in a while and that was last year's price.
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I saw a Chips Ahoy version at Loblaws

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