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 Posted: Thu Jan 24th, 2008 08:57 pm
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OK...time for another top 5 list here.

 1) Andes chocolate mints.

2)Those pink wintergreen mints (take me back to childhood and remind me of my beloved Grandfather)

3)The orange marshmellow circus peanuts (we called them "school buses" for some reason that completely escapes me now)

4)Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.

5)Dark chocloate-any dark chocolate-all dark chocolate.

OK...off to the drugstore candy counter....

 

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Jana

 



 Posted: Thu Jan 24th, 2008 09:16 pm
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Top five candies

1. chocolate

2chocolate

3. chocolate

4. chocolate

5. chocolate

Guess what kind of candy I like best?



 Posted: Thu Jan 24th, 2008 09:37 pm
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While not candy:

1. Fry bread & Wojapi.
2. My wife's 1860's era donuts.
3. Mexican fried ice cream.
4. My stepmoms lemon cake.
5. My aunt's ice cream cake.

I'm not a big fan of candy; I prefer real food like pies n cake.



 Posted: Thu Jan 24th, 2008 10:17 pm
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1. Charleston Chews

2. Good & Plenty

3. Caramel Cremes

4. Tootsie Roll

5. Chocolate-covered cherries (clear liquid - not milky sh** !!)



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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2008 02:32 am
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1. Fantaisie Dark Chocolate Truffles

2. Haagen Dazs ice cream-Mayan Chocolate flavor

3. Butter mints

4.  Daim Swedish Chocolates

5. Brazilian chocolate covered grapes.  Homemade by a Brazilian sweetheart in my family of course ;)

6. Hawaiian Malasadas (Kihei, Maui has a little mom and pop joint that has the best!)

and French Beignets :P (That's me drooling)

I just realized I took you on a little trip around the world with my list.

 

My list would have to be a "Top 100"



 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2008 02:38 am
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Javal and I share two:

Good 'n Plenty
Chocolate covered cherries

plus

Heath bars or anything with bits of them
Tootsie Pops
Spearmint Life Savers
Wild Cherry Life Savers
Christmas Ribbon Candy
Mint Patties

I know, there are more than five. I just can't help myself.

ole



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I even tried to double up on my share. Did I mention Switzer's Licorice (black only) and Necco Wafersd?


ole

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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2008 05:54 am
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Ok, you asked for it. I wonder how many you have to look up? All of them I hope and then you'll know how it feels:D

1 Strawberry Bon Bons

2 Lemon Bon Bons

3 Barley Sugars

4 Midget Gems

5 Sherbet Dib Dabs

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That must be Brit stuff, Roger. Some of them sound interesting.

Now I have to ask, are any of you getting your computer talking about whatever is under discussion? For some reason, this piece of doodoo is talking to me.

This started a few moments ago, and from whence did it come?

Disconcerting. I wonder if I asked a direct question?

This is totally wierd! I'll type something and it will follow! Any ideas?

How did I stumble on a something strange? Javal? You've been playing with me!

This is wierd! I'm typing nonsense and there is this voice that repeats what I'm typing! When I hit a key or or type a word, it tells me what I'm doing. Audibly!

Joe. What is this thing?

And I've just heard "enter, enter." And it tells me how many backspaces I've done.

What is this?

This is too wierd!

Gonna back out and come back in. Can't handle a voice that tells me exactly what I'm doing.

ole



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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2008 11:27 am
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So Ole - You're hearing voices in your head and you're blaming ME !!!:cool:

Nothing here causing it. You using Windows? Sounds like you somehow turned on the speech synthesizer ( I think it's found in Office, but not sure).



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1. milky way
2. peanut butter m&m's
3. rolo's
4. key lime pie
5. lemon merainge pie



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 Posted: Fri Jan 25th, 2008 09:27 pm
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Joe:

That must be it. Errant fingers and all. It's gone now. But at the time, it messed with my mind something fierce. There is no way I can recreate the situation; nor would I care to. This piece of electronic doodoo gets scary sometimes. I try to stay within the parameters I know about. Sometimes, a misfingering vaults me into unkown territory.

At the very least, we both like "Good 'n Plenties" and chocolate covered cherries. Last time I was in the grocery store and looked at the price per each, I passed. I will not pay 20 cents for an enjoyable bite of chocolate which will reveal a clear liquid surrounding a cherry. Hedonistic I am not. They can stuff their cherries.

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Dixie Girl. If you're ever up this way, let me know and I'll make for you a lemon meringe you'll never forget. Dixie does not have a lock on a good pie.

ole



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Come at the right time, and I'll make you an apple pie that will forever jade your appetite for any other.



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So Ole are you going to bring the pie to muster?

Miss Susan



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Doesn't fit into the description of candy but what the h l:
1. pecan pie (pronounced pecan not what you have under your bed for you northern folks)
2. fried pies (any fruit will do)
3. white chocolate bread pudding (especially the one that I make with rum or whiskey sauce)
4. brownies
5. black forrest cake

Of course these are my dream sweats since as other board members I'm of the age where I cannot partake of them as I would like. Currently on a diet and exercise plan and running (up to 21-miles a week and training for a 1/2 marathon).

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I like a good old Hershey bar too...melted and smushed between two grahm crackers and a fire roasted marshmallow.  Tastes best in the woods.



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