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Buy one get one free Mcv Jaffa cakes
Buy one get one free Mcv Jaffa cakes

Buy one get one free Mcv Jaffa cakes

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Hi guys, wandered into my local co-op today (Crwys Road, Cardiff) and saw by the counter buy one get one free deal on Mcv Jaffacakes. don't know if its nationwide... but sure will make people fat.

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Coop north yorkshire have the same deal on but they cost £1.00 still a bargain if you are a Jaffa addict like me, but it makes you wonder who deceides the prices for the members coop!?! (hot )

jaffa cakes are not very fattening,only 1 ww point:whistling:

but can you only eat 1 ? 1 packet at a time 4 me :roll:

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Hot!

it's £2.44 for 2 triple packs in tesco (that's 72!)

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oh you tempt me sooooo much,god damn this diet

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ettam123;2442078

jaffa cakes are not very fattening,only 1 ww point:whistling:



only 1 ww point???????huh:?

As they say in wikipedia....

A JAFFA CAKE CUT APPROXIMATELY IN HALF

en.wikipedia.org/wik…kes

:-D :-D :-D :-D :-D

I don't like cakes or biscuits much - but can eat two boxes of twelve of these at once!!!

HOT HOT HOT HOT HOT!!!!!!

great price 90p bogoff in ours voted hot

OR ... You could make your own JAFFA QUAKE!

pimpthatsnack.com/pro…D=1

i could manage to cut down to one a day easy if i tried then :whistling::-D

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These..........biscuits?......cakes? are the bees knees!! SUERB deals!!!

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moorjock;2456518

but can you only eat 1 ? 1 packet at a time 4 me :roll:



Just the one packet!? ;-)

at this price i suppose i could manage 2 .. or three maybe

voted hot! love jaffacakes!

scarlettchanel;2458335

voted hot! love jaffacakes!




oink!

craigthaagensen;2458448

oink!



says you who ate 3 crunchie ice creams in one go! lolol

and how many cookies has piggy eaten today, and how many of those toasty pies things did u buy was it 9 muhahaha now stop hijackin peeps threads, bad!

craigthaagensen;2458536

and how many cookies has piggy eaten today, and how many of those toasty … and how many cookies has piggy eaten today, and how many of those toasty pies things did u buy was it 9 muhahaha now stop hijackin peeps threads, bad!



dont no what u mean..:whistling:
and its not as bad as you ordering me to buy 30packs of cheese pasties for you coz they wer 10p oink oink:P

that was ages ago!, atleast i eat vegetables!

craigthaagensen;2458564

that was ages ago!, atleast i eat vegetables!



mushy peas with fish and chips doesnt count!:w00t:

yes but garden peas does hahahah!

craigthaagensen;2458577

yes but garden peas does hahahah!



since wen dya eat garden peas? theyll be in the cupboard for months now, like those tomatos and kidney beans.

i do love you tho so stop filling peoples threads and ill reward you for it ;-)

yes stop thread hijacking now, and tomtoes i have all the time with my low calorie potato and fish portions

Throbbing Beast;2457202

These..........biscuits?......cakes? are the bees knees!! SUERB deals!!!



Mcvitties recently had to take Customs & excise to court to prove they were cakes (to do with export tax i.e. biscuits taxed cakes not taxed) anyway how do you tell the difference? Apparently the official definition is that biscuits go soft when stale and cakes go hard!
So there you have it. Seems they really are cakes after all!

Cake or biscuit?Under UK law, no VAT is charged on biscuits and cakes — t … Cake or biscuit?Under UK law, no VAT is charged on biscuits and cakes — they are "zero rated". Chocolate covered biscuits, however, are subject to VAT at 17.5%. McVities classed its Jaffa Cakes as cakes, but in 1991, this was challenged by Her Majesty's Customs and Excise and the case ended up before the courts.[6] This may have been because Jaffa Cakes are about the same size and shape as some types of biscuit. A question that the court asked itself was "what criteria should be used to class something as a cake?"McVities defended its classification of Jaffa Cakes as cakes. In doing so it produced a giant Jaffa Cake to illustrate that its Jaffa Cakes were simply mini cakes.McVities argued that a distinction between cakes and biscuits is, inter alia, that biscuits would normally be expected to go soft when stale, whereas cakes would normally be expected to go hard. It was demonstrated to the Tribunal that Jaffa Cakes become hard when stale. Other factors taken into account by the Chairman, Mr Potter QC, included: name, ingredients, texture, size, packaging, marketing, presentation, appeal to children, and manufacturing process. Contrary to a commonly held belief, whether something is considered a 'luxury item' is not a test for VAT purposes.Mr Potter ruled that the Jaffa Cake is a cake. McVities therefore won the case and VAT is not paid on Jaffa Cakes.



this made me laugh

3pack buy one get one free at Tesco for 2.45 or 2.65 a pack, cant remember which, still, tad cheaper than this
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