Plastic sweet jars with all old favourites B&M store £2.99 each
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Plastic sweet jars with all old favourites B&M store £2.99 each

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Found 23rd Sep 2017
Plastic sweet jars with all old favourites
B&M store
£2.99 each

Could be used for parties or weddings instead of costing the earth to purchase a sweet cart.
Plastic jars so can be thrown away after and won't hurt anyone if they drop.
Sweet contents I can remember but there are more and there are other flavours that are not in this picture as they were at front of the store too:
White chocolate mice
Fruit pastielles
Chocolate nibbles
Chocolate orange nibbles
Chocolate covered raisins
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    Bought the white mice a few days ago....vile! Nothing like the ones from when I was a kid ! These don't taste like chocolate to me. Good price for the amount though.
    Edited by: "PlymouthSaint" 23rd Sep 2017
    I wonder what goes in
    those little jars of sin
    They taste so lovely and sweet
    It's become more than a treat
    I do believe it's lots of sugar
    That will make you a fat little burger
    PlymouthSaint1 h, 37 m ago

    Bought the white mice a few days ago....vile! Nothing like the ones from …Bought the white mice a few days ago....vile! Nothing like the ones from when I was a kid ! These don't taste like chocolate to me. Good price for the amount though.


    Errr, there is no chocolate in 'white chocolate'...
    PlymouthSaint4 h, 19 m ago

    Bought the white mice a few days ago....vile! Nothing like the ones from …Bought the white mice a few days ago....vile! Nothing like the ones from when I was a kid ! These don't taste like chocolate to me. Good price for the amount though.

    Absolutely vile! Good price though, heat.
    Nothing like putting value before edibilty.
    'Plastic jars so can be thrown away after ...'

    I think you meant reuse or recycle
    fireman112 h, 45 m ago

    Absolutely vile! Good price though, heat.Nothing like putting value before …Absolutely vile! Good price though, heat.Nothing like putting value before edibilty.

    Where did I say I added heat?
    PlymouthSaint5 h, 4 m ago

    Where did I say I added heat?


    It's called "paraphrasing".
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