'Kit Kat Crunching Crime' blog discussion

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  • 456789456789 Forumite
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    meher wrote: »
    bin wafer
    not very MSE :money:
  • Martin what would you have done if he had bitten across a 4 fingered one?
  • mehermeher
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    TurkishDelight, forgot to put smilie, only meant to be a metaphorical response actually to say sometimes when we're mindful we treat things as how we find it

    in any case chocolates are almost always gifts - I never remember buying a chocolate specially because I'm vegan but I never refuse anything anyone offers
    456789 wrote: »
    not very MSE :money:
    Also why this norm of intimidating people who don't come across as mse? I never signed a contract to be an evangelist at being money saving when I joined the forum. I do and live as I wish re blake signature, sometimes it is money saving, at other times not.

    am done on this thread - on these threads I post instinctively
  • minerva_windsongminerva_windsong Forumite
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    RabbitMad wrote: »
    I thought you were more liberal than that Martin. If a man chooses to munch his kitkat in that way so be it.

    I wonder what you'd have done if it had been the old style wrapper and he hadn't carefully rubbed his thumb over the top of each finger to expose the kitkat writing in the foil, followed by running a nail between the fingers to split the foil?

    It's clearly been too long since I had a Kit Kat, I thought they still made them like that!

    I must say I agree with Martin and this is many kinds of wrong.
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  • Hows this for wrong? I take 4 kit kat chunkies, I melt the edges and join them into 1 GIANT 4 finger kit kat, then I bite across ALL four lanes. HA!
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    Saucepot wrote: »
    Hows this for wrong? I take 4 kit kat chunkies, I melt the edges and join them into 1 GIANT 4 finger kit kat, then I bite across ALL four lanes. HA!
    and I thought your slave, Francesco Mazzola detto Parmigianino served you the chococlate wafers disemmbled it in layers as you wished :D
  • alwaysonthego_2alwaysonthego_2 Forumite
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    My friend uses her kitkat fingers/segments as straws dipping them into her hot chocolate and sucking the hot choc through it, now that is wrong!
  • Smiley_MumSmiley_Mum Forumite
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    Martin what would you have done if he had bitten across a 4 fingered one?


    He'd have to have a heck of a big mouth to do that!!
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  • What's happening with all these bank charges anyway? any sign of me getting my money back so i can afford to buy a kit-kat?
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    What's happening with all these bank charges anyway? any sign of me getting my money back so i can afford to buy a kit-kat?


    Sadly the bank charges waiver only applies to those in hardship not to those in need of Kit Kat's so we haven't done any template letters on it

    Martin

    PS the real answer is we're expecting the supreme court announcemnt within a month
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