Tootsie Rolls now at Asda 80p
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Tootsie Rolls now at Asda 80p

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Found 22nd Jul 2012
Tootsie Rolls Now in ASDA freaking awesome. Only 80p plus they have tootsie roll midgees which are little pieces individually wrapped OR a massive tub with 96 midgees for £15 how great for a present
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"Toosie rolls"? "Freaking awesome"? Sorry, is this HotUSDeals?
Original Poster
Its the USA in 1967 and the dude loves tootsie rolls. plus cheaper than your local american rip off store so life is great. Loving your avatar btw very nice
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How can this be voted cold. Its cheaper than any american sweet shop and those online come on people this Agression will not Stand man
what on earth are tootsie rolls? and midgees?

the only midges i know of are the ones that try to eat people alive at dusk in the summer months!
Original Poster
lol tootsie roll is a bit like the inside of a riesen chocolate chew without the cocolate coating. The midgees are little individually wrapped bite size pieces of the full size bar.

I liked the fact they called them midgees as well
Sir, you are spoiling us! First with mega marshmallows, now tootsie rolls, what other American treats does Asda have for us? Methinks a trip to them tomorrow will be in order.

Heat from me!
qwerta369

"Toosie rolls"? "Freaking awesome"? Sorry, is this HotUSDeals?



states the person with the American 7 11 avatar?
Original Poster
just the usual Hershey stuff but hopefully they continue on this trend and bring more for us all
Hi which Asda store??, none in Bootle but will try Aintree. Hope this is nationwide yummie!!
Tried one of these before, yuck.
Tried Aintree and Hunts Cross yesterday, nothing.
Retro89

Tried one of these before, yuck.



Yeah these are sick, same with them Heshey's Bars, horrible American crap.

ASDA Boldon had plenty.
Edited by: "Toon_army" 26th Jul 2012
Tootsie Rolls are wonderful for filling extraction !!!
Thankyou for this- you have just made my day x

heat added
Tully0905

Tried Aintree and Hunts Cross yesterday, nothing.

Damn, have to try a little further afield haha
My local US store - its £1.99 per packet of each confectionary.

'Cept Twinkies - they're £1.79

Just need ASDA to start stocking them too, plus Baby Ruth's, Oh Henrys and Butterfingers and I'm set
If anyone can tell me where I can buy Twinkies I'll be a happy boy.
blackbanana118

If anyone can tell me where I can buy Twinkies I'll be a happy boy.



Depends where you're from - some cities have American 'candy' shops with heavily inflated prices - e.g. the one in Bristol is £2 for 2 twinkies
These taste vile (like hersheys). Cheap taste, cheap ingredients, vile taste. I bought from the harvy nicks store in the trafford cente last Christmas. I paid a fortune and threw half of it away. As I did with the hersheys
Im going to America next year, so gonna come back with a sh*t load of peanut butter *insert chocolate brands*

Never tried a toosie roll, sounds horrible. might check em out though
Edited by: "sjr88" 26th Jul 2012
The american grocery bandwagon keeps on rolling at Asda, if this gathers pace then its gonna save me a fortune at the "heavily inflated american online shops", and it'll mean i dont have to have a case dedicated to foodstuffs when i go on my jollys to the states.
Twizzlers next please Asda, then Reeses Puffs cereal.
americanv8

The american grocery bandwagon keeps on rolling at Asda, if this gathers … The american grocery bandwagon keeps on rolling at Asda, if this gathers pace then its gonna save me a fortune at the "heavily inflated american online shops", and it'll mean i dont have to have a case dedicated to foodstuffs when i go on my jollys to the states.Twizzlers next please Asda, then Reeses Puffs cereal.



Im really hoping asda get more and more stuff, at a cheaper cost. I hate paying ridiculous money to American Sofa ect.

I hope they get more american cereals, more pop tart flavours and more chocolates
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never got the amercian obsession with having peanut butter in every type of chocolate bar
thegroutch

never got the amercian obsession with having peanut butter in every type … never got the amercian obsession with having peanut butter in every type of chocolate bar



You should try the M&Ms.. so delicious. lol
Kenneth131

the dude loves tootsie rolls.



If The Dude Abides tootsie rolls then i'm gonna buy tootsie rolls!
Tootsie Rolls are wonderful for filling extraction !!!
I don't know why some members are expressing disproval to ASDA stocking US products, they are part of the Walmart chain after all! Amongst the candy related items, you'll also find a wide selection of condiments such as Bulls Eye BBQ Sauce and Newmans Dressings. I personally would like to see more, and as other posters say, it's a lot cheaper than going to your import store (or taking a trip to the US). Now if only the started stocking Lucky Charms
I'm all for more American stuff. I was lucky enough to live there for 2yrs when I was 8.

My kids have heard me go on for years about Fruit Loops etc..so I'm going all in and reliving my childhood.

All I need now is for Denny's Diner, iHop and Taco Bell to open some stores
i thought a tootsie roll was something involving the body parts of a man and a women......
As a nation we are already fat enough without all this crap being introduced from the states. Do we really want to be as bad as they are?
On a similar note - I found the real Kraft Dinner in Tesco the other day. This is the real-deal imported from the US and much, much better than the Wrong Kraft Cheesey Pasta we used to get . . .My Canadian girlfriend is very happy . . .
Hot from me.Not the nicest yaste but its american and different.Agree that hersheys milk chocolate is rank.Gunna check asda tomorrow
How many do you get for this price?
I love how Asda are getting in more and more American brands, I've spied Fluff, Hershey's, Root Beer, and now this... Awesome!!
breadmaker6

I'm all for more American stuff. I was lucky enough to live there for … I'm all for more American stuff. I was lucky enough to live there for 2yrs when I was 8.My kids have heard me go on for years about Fruit Loops etc..so I'm going all in and reliving my childhood.All I need now is for Denny's Diner, iHop and Taco Bell to open some stores



I saw Fruit Loop cereal in Tesco today at £1.24, was half price
breadmaker6

I'm all for more American stuff. I was lucky enough to live there for … I'm all for more American stuff. I was lucky enough to live there for 2yrs when I was 8.My kids have heard me go on for years about Fruit Loops etc..so I'm going all in and reliving my childhood.All I need now is for Denny's Diner, iHop and Taco Bell to open some stores



I believe there's a Taco Bell in Manchester definitely and possibly further afield also...


lxvii

As a nation we are already fat enough without all this crap being … As a nation we are already fat enough without all this crap being introduced from the states. Do we really want to be as bad as they are?



Not just the food but the education about food, still selling fruit and veg but people are still going for Cadburys chocolate...
blackbanana118

If anyone can tell me where I can buy Twinkies I'll be a happy boy.



Depends where you live
Online:- Stateside Candy, American Soda
North East :- Yankee Doodle in the Metrocentre

Be prepared to pay about £10 for a box, personally I don't see the attraction. It's just a sponge cake with a cream centre, probably the only yank goody I don't like.

Mountain Dew (albeit rubbish version), Froot Loops, Tootsie Rolls... Soon we'll be able to "Supersize" at McDonalds!
Original Poster
the closest i came to a super sized McD's was a double quarter pounder but i know most McD's dont do them any more. Sad times.

Like everything just dont eat them all the time and get out and exercise no harm and all the tasty treats mmmm
weegee900

Mountain Dew (albeit rubbish version), Froot Loops, Tootsie Rolls... Soon … Mountain Dew (albeit rubbish version), Froot Loops, Tootsie Rolls... Soon we'll be able to "Supersize" at McDonalds!


Supersize at McDs was brought into this country around the turn of the century, but they were removed from the menu in 2001 because they weren't popular enough. It also seemed to be because they were under increasing pressure from the UK Gov to cut back on their calories.

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