Favourite chocolate bar

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After it went of the market they brought it back some years later but it was a shadow of it's former self, flat & skinny little thing, before it vanished again.

I chowed a schiteload of tempos as a laaitie.
 

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After it went of the market they brought it back some years later but it was a shadow of it's former self, flat & skinny little thing, before it vanished again.

I chowed a schiteload of tempos as a laaitie.
Pretty much the only chocolate bar I ever really enjoyed.

Nowadays I just settle for a Lindt Truffle ball or 2 for my choc fix.

As a laaitie I remember my parents liked to buy Caravan choc bars. I sort of remember them being something between a Tex and PS from today.
 

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Pretty much the only chocolate bar I ever really enjoyed.

Nowadays I just settle for a Lindt Truffle ball or 2 for my choc fix.

As a laaitie I remember my parents liked to buy Caravan choc bars. I sort of remember them being something between a Tex and PS from today.
I don't really have a sweet tooth so a small wonder bar nut does it for me me.

I remember the name Caravan, had to google it, cross between tex & kitkat comes to mind.

 

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Anyone know if there was a chocolate called bubballoo or something similar?

Small bar with sprinkles on the top if I remember correctly.
 

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i have a weakness for Chuckles from Woolies at the moment. Like Whispers but not that sickly sweet chocolate crap from Cadburys
 

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Anyone know if there was a chocolate called bubballoo or something similar?

Small bar with sprinkles on the top if I remember correctly.
I remember those, didnt it have marchmellow inside but it was longer than an easter egg.
 
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