Dark Chocolate Rolos 126g Bag 50p @ Asda instore
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Dark Chocolate Rolos 126g Bag 50p @ Asda instore

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Found 14th May 2016
Not actually seen these before but seem to have found their way to the chopping block at Asda. Should be a national price, as part of as big clearout in the chocolate/sweet section Asda are currently doing. So well worth a check instore

Got these from the Golborne store, was many other things on clearance from as little as 5p (Maom chew bar).
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never seen these before and will never try as dark choc sucks.
A Rolo has been a Rolo for hundreds of years and everyone was happy. Why start messing with it now? Today's kids demand everything instantly available the exact way they expect it, this is Rolo's reaction I suppose? Doubt they will taste as good as the proper ones.
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boostii

A Rolo has been a Rolo for hundreds of years and everyone was happy. Why … A Rolo has been a Rolo for hundreds of years and everyone was happy. Why start messing with it now?



Well i must say i was rather partial to Rolo Cookies, which they sadly no longer make

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Edited by: "wiggywig" 14th May 2016
That just seems like a round Munchies to me. Let Munchies be Munchies and Rolos be Rolos. Stop hybridising confectionery.
boostii

A Rolo has been a Rolo for hundreds of years and everyone was happy. Why … A Rolo has been a Rolo for hundreds of years and everyone was happy. Why start messing with it now? Today's kids demand everything instantly available the exact way they expect it, this is Rolo's reaction I suppose? Doubt they will taste as good as the proper ones.


It's not the demanding kids which bring this sort of thing about. It's the weak parents of today's generation of demanding kids who can't control their kid's behaviour and appease them so that other weak parents agree that they are good parents. Companies have always brought out 'new recipe this' and 'now with added that'. It's the parents who are paying for it directly or indirectly from the indulgent amounts of cash they gift their kids to keep them quiet. Pocket money used to be the small change a kid might have in their pocket if they were good. "BUT I WANT IT!!!!!" sure does rake the money in.
Like the sound of these
I picked up a bag of toffee crisp bites for 50p yesterday in my local didn't c these tho
stephwfe

I picked up a bag of toffee crisp bites for 50p yesterday in my local … I picked up a bag of toffee crisp bites for 50p yesterday in my local didn't c these tho



​Oh dear, they're all out today. Someone actually buys toffee crisp bites. Just get proper toffee crisp bars (often only £1 for 4) and bite it into manageable prices with your teeth. More new fangled inventions for the PlayStation generation. It used to be that a new chocolate bar was actually innovative, like when Wispa and Twirl came out.
friar_chris

It's not the demanding kids which bring this sort of thing about. It's … It's not the demanding kids which bring this sort of thing about. It's the weak parents of today's generation of demanding kids who can't control their kid's behaviour and appease them so that other weak parents agree that they are good parents. Companies have always brought out 'new recipe this' and 'now with added that'. It's the parents who are paying for it directly or indirectly from the indulgent amounts of cash they gift their kids to keep them quiet. Pocket money used to be the small change a kid might have in their pocket if they were good. "BUT I WANT IT!!!!!" sure does rake the money in.



bs kids don't like dark chocolate generally, these are aimed at adult market
AugQX

bs kids don't like dark chocolate generally, these are aimed at adult … bs kids don't like dark chocolate generally, these are aimed at adult market


I did start by saying "It's not the demanding kids which bring this sort of thing about."
Sweet deal op, heated
these dark Rolos are flippin' fantastic. I may have to sacrifice my diet!
AugQX

bs kids don't like dark chocolate generally, these are aimed at adult … bs kids don't like dark chocolate generally, these are aimed at adult market



Agreed. I was going to say the exact same thing. These are aimed at the adult market not the kids. Even the 'bitesize' stuff is aimed at adults! New recipes and 'twists on classics' have been going atleast since the 70's. Its not something new that just started recently. I remember the 'limited edition' stuff they used to release back then. Its just companies trying to catch our attention. Its got a little worse now but thats simply because theres so much more competition than there was previously so companies have to try harder to get us to buy!

Edited by: "reaper200" 14th May 2016
how could they spoil my favourite sweets by covering them in dark chocolate. oO may as well have rolled them in crushed up paracetamols!
boostii

​Oh dear, they're all out today. Someone actually buys toffee crisp b … ​Oh dear, they're all out today. Someone actually buys toffee crisp bites. Just get proper toffee crisp bars (often only £1 for 4) and bite it into manageable prices with your teeth. More new fangled inventions for the PlayStation generation. It used to be that a new chocolate bar was actually innovative, like when Wispa and Twirl came out.


I was simply stating that there was other varieties for 50p always someone with a clever response ...
Dark chocolate is by far the best kind of chocolate.
Magurdrac

Dark chocolate is by far the best kind of chocolate.



​Yeah, best kind for making you gag.
Never knew you can get dark chocolate too
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