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Barr Raspberry Ripple Pop 19p instore @ Home Bargains
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Barr Raspberry Ripple Pop 19p instore @ Home Bargains

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Posted 19th FebLocal
yum! a combination of raspberryade and cream soda. sugar free aswell
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Nice with vodka. Drunk
Sounds nice,must try .......
Wonder what it would be like with rum
The secret ingredient is novichok
Why have Barr drinks not increased since the 90s but cokes cans rrp have gone up from 40p to 90p since 1996.
Pop??? is this America :-)
cabbagekitten47 m ago

Why have Barr drinks not increased since the 90s but cokes cans rrp have …Why have Barr drinks not increased since the 90s but cokes cans rrp have gone up from 40p to 90p since 1996.


Scotsmen do it better
Gonna have to try this
Not in mine. Would like to try this
Gollywood20/02/2019 10:51

Not in mine. Would like to try this




Also in Poundstretcher for 25p

Really nice, it does taste like raspberry ripple ice cream. The light sweet creaminess of the cream soda cuts back on the sharp raspberry. Really nice
Edited by: "wiggywig" 20th Feb
wiggywig20/02/2019 14:14

Also in Poundstretcher for 25pReally nice, it does taste like raspberry …Also in Poundstretcher for 25pReally nice, it does taste like raspberry ripple ice cream. The light sweet creaminess of the cream soda cuts back on the sharp raspberry. Really nice


All our Poundstretchers closed down years ago!
dougster7919/02/2019 21:44

Pop??? is this America :-)




Americans would say Soda. Pop would be an English thing
cabbagekitten19/02/2019 21:32

Why have Barr drinks not increased since the 90s but cokes cans rrp have …Why have Barr drinks not increased since the 90s but cokes cans rrp have gone up from 40p to 90p since 1996.


Going up to 45p. Watch this space
kramvic1 h, 53 m ago

Going up to 45p. Watch this space


That be cos the English and we gonna have to up the cost for materials from EU innit !

Any way we regularly get 4 for £1 promos, Poundies have them prepacked 4 packs for a quid up here. Of course it’s probably more expensive down south not because of transport costs but because English based companies like big profits, when I was in London Sainsbury’s were selling it and IrnBru pricedhigher than any of the big brands, rip off.

wiggywig3 h, 20 m ago

Americans would say Soda. Pop would be an English thing


Jooce would be accurate, being Barr’s

up here people say aye get me a can of Barr’s Cherryade/Rasperberryade/Pineappleade etc they don’t want the shops own brand skank they specially say Barr’s lol you know it’s gonna taste the same.

im a Barr’s cream soda man, a delicious can ofsweet treat
Edited by: "seaniboy" 20th Feb
Gollywood4 h, 15 m ago

All our Poundstretchers closed down years ago!


Damn HUKDers buying the bargains and leaving the unsellable tat
Edited by: "seaniboy" 20th Feb
dougster7919/02/2019 21:44

Pop??? is this America :-)


'Pop' used to used when I was a kid, in the UK, long time ago. Definitely not an Americanism
Gollywood20/02/2019 18:38

'Pop' used to used when I was a kid, in the UK, long time ago. Definitely …'Pop' used to used when I was a kid, in the UK, long time ago. Definitely not an Americanism


Cos the carbonated bubbles right ? Juice was still them fresh juice ? I assume as I’m no that old lol
dougster7920 h, 59 m ago

Pop??? is this America :-)


Yes May/Trump - same party, post Brexit we might all go live at a wall with Mexico and hand food through the fence, although us Scots may/not be fortunate and have to hand our food to the starving English. It’s good we’ve got cheap Barr’s up here to carb you up through a fence we will have to build to keep the starving English out.

seaniboy20/02/2019 18:40

Cos the carbonated bubbles right ? Juice was still them fresh juice ? I …Cos the carbonated bubbles right ? Juice was still them fresh juice ? I assume as I’m no that old lol


Maybe. Who knows? Soft drink still sounds a bit arty-farty to me
Gollywood5 m ago

Maybe. Who knows? Soft drink still sounds a bit arty-farty to me


I know right! because trade descriptions act and we don’t use recycled sewage up here for drinking or making canned drinks calling our hard fresh water supply in flavoured juice” soft-juice” is just a absolute insult.

The reason Coke is so popular in England is because the tap sewage is disgusting. If I wanted to taste such crap too I’d drink my own urine, or buy Coke.

Prob less damage to the bones from phosphate acid in coke than the treatments in tap sewage.
Edited by: "seaniboy" 20th Feb
Gollywood20/02/2019 18:38

'Pop' used to used when I was a kid, in the UK, long time ago. Definitely …'Pop' used to used when I was a kid, in the UK, long time ago. Definitely not an Americanism


Fair enough. Can't think I've ever heard the term used in Scotland before but then we've got plenty other names. Juice. Ginger.
dougster795 m ago

Fair enough. Can't think I've ever heard the term used in Scotland before …Fair enough. Can't think I've ever heard the term used in Scotland before but then we've got plenty other names. Juice. Ginger.


You can’t reference ginger and not give a visual or explanation to pome37104424-PtQly.jpg
Edited by: "seaniboy" 20th Feb
Has anyone got the code I can have on the back off the can please the barcode so I can order them
DanielMoss19984 h, 0 m ago

Has anyone got the code I can have on the back off the can please the …Has anyone got the code I can have on the back off the can please the barcode so I can order them




5 000382 101857
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