Relive the 80's: Walls Funny Feet (pack of 4) 2 for £3 @ Asda
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Relive the 80's: Walls Funny Feet (pack of 4) 2 for £3 @ Asda

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Found 13th Nov 2013
Revisit your youth with THE lolly of the 80's

How many of us recall hot summers licking one of these with most of it ending up on our clothes?

Well now it's time to let your own kids sample a time when people weren't hostages to mobile phones and facebook, actually talked to each other and used their imaginations to keep them amused or *SHOCK HORROR* went out and did some actual excercise such as biking or football.

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Strawberry flavour ice cream. Share a Smile Help a Child Wall's is donating 10p/12 cent from the sale of this ice cream to Save the Children to help give children a better start in life. Support our Share a Smile, Help a Child campaign by sharing a childhood memory on facebook.com/walls Registered charity England & Wales (213890) Scotland (SC039570) We believe that every child deserves a happy childhood, full of joyful memories. However, millions of children never experience a childhood like this. That's why we've partnered with Save the Children and are donating 10p/12 cent from the sale of this ice cream to help give more children a better start in life. Together we can give more children the chance of a happy childhood. sharehappy.com

Ingredients
[Reconstituted Skimmed MILK, Sugar, Coconut Oil, Skimmed MILK Powder, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Whey Solids (MILK), Emulsifier (Mono- and Di-Glycerides of Fatty Acids), Stabilisers (Locust Bean Gum, Sodium Alginate), Beetroot Juice Concentrate, Flavouring]

Other information
Allergy Advice
Contains Milk.

Storage
Store at -18°C.

Packaging
Box

Nutritional Values
Typical values Per 100 g Per lolly**
Energy 710 kJ 280 kJ
170 kcal 70 kcal
Fat 8 g 3 g
of which saturates 7 g 3 g
Carbohydrates 21 g 8 g
of which sugars 20 g 8 g
Protein 4 g 1.5 g
Salt 0.19 g 0.076 g
**Lolly = 79ml = 40 g, 316 ml = 4 x lollies

Manufacturer
Unilever Foods UK
Unilever House
Leatherhead
Surrey
KT22 7GR. Unilever Ireland Ltd
20 Riverwalk
National Digital Park
Citywest Business Campus
Dublin 24.

50 Comments

2 lollys or 2 packs of lollys?

Original Poster

2 packs of 4. Title edited.

632ml of horrible aerated ice cream for £3 doesn't equate to a good deal in my house. Cold.

Original Poster

Always one killjoy

Asda sell lentils too
Edited by: "cruz" 13th Nov 2013

At least lentils won't give my kids cancer (_;)

Original Poster

Yes. 1 or 2 lollies will kill your kids

Leaving the house can give you cancer

End of my input on this........I need to stop laughing

Hilarious.

omg..

didn't like them in the 80's personally but great if you did. Hot!
on a different note really wish they would bring back lemon polos

Original Poster

I always remember getting lemon and orange polo's when I went on holiday to Majorca

On an ice lolly note I wish theyd stock zzaps

http://www.mycelebrityfashion.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/zapp-ice-lolly-rita-ora-outfit-newbury.jpg

Did the toes not used to be dipped in chocolate? I recall this being the best part..,

Zzaps were awesome, a toffee flavour mmm

The thought of licking funny feet is putting me off eating cheese...

Original Poster

DrJayDee86

Did the toes not used to be dipped in chocolate? I recall this being the … Did the toes not used to be dipped in chocolate? I recall this being the best part..,


I recall a similar one called Freaky Feet

eklynne

At least lentils won't give my kids cancer (_;)



Don't think Farmlea Caramel will be too good for them though.

Awesome...hang on they are too pink, may cause my skin to change colour

Loved these! Wish they'd bring back Wiz lollies with the toffee inside mmmmmm........

eklynne

Hilarious.

http://www.reactiongifs.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/oh_hell_no.gif

eklynne

At least lentils won't give my kids cancer (_;)

But Lentils from chernobyl will...

Original Poster

fairyfae

Loved these! Wish they'd bring back Wiz lollies with the toffee inside … Loved these! Wish they'd bring back Wiz lollies with the toffee inside mmmmmm........



http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7214/7169925948_669207e6f1_o.jpg

http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2642/3881101633_e49841be06_o.jpg

cruz

I always remember getting lemon and orange polo's when I went on holiday … I always remember getting lemon and orange polo's when I went on holiday to MajorcaOn an ice lolly note I wish theyd stock zzaps



http://cdn.chud.com/4/43/43b695aa_ZapJWSimpsons.jpeg

Must buy some of these.+
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Who didnt suck on one of these in the 80s!. The memories!

eklynne

At least lentils won't give my kids cancer (_;)



Carcinogenic ice cream? Wut?

eklynne

At least lentils won't give my kids cancer (_;)



This from the user who posts deals for Mattesson's Smoked "Pork" Sausage, tinned Branston Spaghetti and tinned Farmlea Caramel?

collinsdictionary.com/dic…cal

cruz

I always remember getting lemon and orange polo's when I went on holiday … I always remember getting lemon and orange polo's when I went on holiday to MajorcaOn an ice lolly note I wish theyd stock zzaps



Oh I loved these as a kid where can u buy these from?

Original Poster

I've only ever seen zzaps at ice cream vans

as for flavoured polo's I don't think they sell them anymore

I used to like the multi-coloured fruit polo's too
Edited by: "cruz" 13th Nov 2013

Doesn't the 'feet' thing put anyone off ...yuck lol

Can't beat a pineapple Mivvi for my best childhood lolly

Cool I posted about these a couple of months ago in misc when I heard they were making a comeback. Good to see they've finally hit the shops. These bring back the childhood memories!

cruz

I always remember getting lemon and orange polo's when I went on holiday … I always remember getting lemon and orange polo's when I went on holiday to MajorcaOn an ice lolly note I wish theyd stock zzaps



I emailed one of the guys that work for the company that made zzapps and he told me they are still being made but iv not seen one in years

I'd forgotten about toffee Zzaps, they were awesome. Anyone else remember Walls 'The Finger' ice lolly? I know I know, joke overload but who didn't like getting 'The Finger'!

Original Poster

http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w309/huggie74/dc62_1.jpg

You can still buy Zzaps from Metrow foods

metrow.co.uk/cms…ATS

£17.65 for a box of 30 though

They had dracula lolly ices too
http://i43.tinypic.com/zoeyac.jpg

Mr No

This from the user who posts deals for Mattesson's Smoked "Pork" Sausage, … This from the user who posts deals for Mattesson's Smoked "Pork" Sausage, tinned Branston Spaghetti and tinned Farmlea Caramel?http://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/hypocritical


None of those things contain high fructose corn syrup, a known carcinogen, or are they aimed specifically at children, which is my point. Mattessons smoked 'pork' sausage is in fact 95% pork with only water and seasonings added. Check yer facts

eklynne

None of those things contain high fructose corn syrup, a known … None of those things contain high fructose corn syrup, a known carcinogen, or are they aimed specifically at children, which is my point. Mattessons smoked 'pork' sausage is in fact 95% pork with only water and seasonings added. Check yer facts



Percentage of meat is irrelevant (not to mention misleading), it's still a processed red meat.

"Dr Rachel Thompson, from the World Cancer Research Fund, said: "This research adds to the body of scientific evidence highlighting the health risks of eating processed meat.

Our research, published in 2007 and subsequently confirmed in 2011, shows strong evidence that eating processed meat, such as bacon, ham, hot dogs, salami and sausages, increases the risk of getting bowel cancer."


You'd better throw out all of those cheap Farmfoods sausages and stock up on Funny Feet instead.

Not aimed at kids though. Adults who buy products aimed at kids which have high levels of corn syrup need their heads read.

Mr No

Percentage of meat is irrelevant (not to mention misleading), it's still … Percentage of meat is irrelevant (not to mention misleading), it's still a processed red meat."Dr Rachel Thompson, from the World Cancer Research Fund, said: "This research adds to the body of scientific evidence highlighting the health risks of eating processed meat. Our research, published in 2007 and subsequently confirmed in 2011, shows strong evidence that eating processed meat, such as bacon, ham, hot dogs, salami and sausages, increases the risk of getting bowel cancer."You'd better throw out all of those cheap Farmfoods sausages and stock up on Funny Feet instead.



Plus hot dogs have that name because they don't contain enough meat to be called a sausage
Just a bit of useless info for a pub quiz question for you there

Original Poster

eklynne

Not aimed at kids though. Adults who buy products aimed at kids which … Not aimed at kids though. Adults who buy products aimed at kids which have high levels of corn syrup need their heads read.



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If I had a pound for all the foods that have been declared "the devil" then declared OK then declared "the devil" then declared OK...etc etc I wouldn't need Hotukdeals X)
Edited by: "cruz" 13th Nov 2013

High fructose corn syrup will never be declared ok. It's a major contributory factor in childhood obesity. But hey. go on, stuff your weans' faces with it and watch them expand before your very eyes.

Original Poster

It was an example and it's a couple of sodding ice lollies possibly once every Preston Guild ffs!!

I don't have kids, but I also live by the motto "a bit of what you fancy does you good" and I will take that into parenting too rather than living my life in fear of the "what could happen". Each to their own though

Now look what you've done. You've dragged me back into this against my better judgement...........tsk!



Edited by: "cruz" 13th Nov 2013
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