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When into Coles at Christies beach today and in the British section they have IRN BRU again only this time its Imported and now $3.59 for 1LT.
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I have the opposite problem looking for australian stuff here in the UK for Aussie hubby! I know theres the Sanza shop etc in London, but as we're up in the frozen north I begrudge the postal costs!! haha....we were in our local Asda last week and hubby froze to the spot "theyve got chicken crimpies in!" he cries..sure enough Arnotts Shapes..boxes and boxes of them. I have to say a few ended up in our trolley, along with vegemite (yuck) and some VB. Now he is hunting for Samboy crisps!
come into the shop where I work we have 3 packs of English crisps on special for $5 (sorry this doesn't include twiglets) Choc o nuts Golden Grove and Ingle Farm. We also sell other lines of uk lollies.
I eat red meat in large quantities,drink lots of beer and wine (not Whine),I volunteer.
I'm getting on with it - but not making a fuss
Not saying a healthy debate is wrong but personal attacks and the manner in posting were wrong.
Any further posts - please keep civilised!!!!
Pack it in - I now have to follow up on this thread,read every post and chuck out the rubbish and arguments -
Last edited by Guest75; 12-11-2010 at 12:12 PM.
Glad you took out the unsavoury posts Tyke....
Theres a few things I hope I can get when i get to Adelaide, just little things....I love my pork, beef and black pudding sausages. I'm glad about the pickled onion monster munch though, quite partial to a bag now and again, though what about CHIPSTICKS?
Also how much is Dr. Pepper ?? and can you obtain it quite easily? (love it with JD) then there is my hobgoblin bitter which I know I'll be able to treat myself with now and again :)
Seen Dr Pepper around.
Hogoblin and many UK ales for sale in Dan Murphy's.
Had a few pints of Speckled Hen in a small and lovely town Called Macclesfield last week.
Surreal and lovely place with a surreal price for the ale!
Twiglets are on little snack I'd like to eat again.
As with many things from the UK - can do without them but nice to have a taste of them now and again - comfort food;)