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Twinkies now available £1.00 @ Poundland!

£1.00 @ PoundLand
Was quite surprised to see these in my local shop last night, may be considered expensive too some but they are extremely difficult to get over here, and for a favorite american treat. Bargain Read More
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Was quite surprised to see these in my local shop last night, may be considered expensive too some but they are extremely difficult to get over here, and for a favorite american treat.

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#1
a bargain depending how many you get. B&M have them available at 10 for £2.99
1 Like #2
Made the mistake of giving one to my 6 year old, discovered the hard way they contain tartrazine!
#3
Hi, how many in the pack?
#4
I don't see why these are so great... They taste so cheap!
#5
Burlz
I don't see why these are so great... They taste so cheap!

What are you talking about, these and cockroaches are the only things that will survive the inevitable nuclear apocalypse, they're awesome.
#6
You get two in a pack, wasnt that impressed with them tbh
#7
Yeah but they don't need a best before date; there's so many preservatives they could survive anything.
#8
scbu2
You get two in a pack, wasnt that impressed with them tbh
thank you
#9
americanv8
Made the mistake of giving one to my 6 year old, discovered the hard way they contain tartrazine!

Sweet mother!!!

Tartrazine is a synthetic yellow azo dye derived from coal tar and has been banned in several countries (Austria, Norway) because of serious side effects such as causing potentially lethal asthma attacks and nettle rash, hives, DNA damage, tumors of the thyroid and ADHD.
Other dangers of Tartrazine are anxiety attacks, itching, rhinitis, urticaria, general weakness, heatwaves, migraine, clinical depression, blurred vision, palpitations, feeling of suffocation, pruritus, purple skin patches and sleep disturbance. In rare cases, Tartrazine side effects are noticeable even at minute doses and can last up to 72 hours after exposure.

This is our research on the alleged dangers of E102 Tartrazine / adverse effects of E102 Tartrazine and not medical advice!
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noiren
Burlz
I don't see why these are so great... They taste so cheap!

What are you talking about, these and cockroaches are the only things that will survive the inevitable nuclear apocalypse, they're awesome.
I think you can add some gluten free products to the apocalypse rations :/
#11
Oh my god these are nasty!
#12
I always wondered what these tasted like since seeing Goonies (spelt correct??) when I was a kid. They're American, so chemicals and crap come as standard.
#13
good god.... did not think they would make it over here... sure they would break some sort of UK import law...
#14
Don't get the hype over these.. They taste like cheap fairy cakes with cheap fake cream in!
#15
Let's say this Twinkie represents the normal amount of psychokinetic energy in the New York area. Based on this morning's sample, it would be a Twinkie... thirty-five feet long, weighing approximately six hundred pounds.

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