'Kit Kat Crunching Crime' blog discussion

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  • MolanoleMolanole Forumite
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    I know this is a really old thread, but I just have to say, I am stunned by how few of you take the time to break off each kit kat finger, and then nibble all of the chocolate from the sides and ends, and then try to nibble the chocolate from the top without lifting off too much wafer before finally scoffing the wafer (accompanied by a cuppa if possible). I'm so far away from handling biting across two sticks that the concept of doing that freaks me out! :eek:

    And as for turning a twix upside down to eat it. Wrong, just wrong. Everyone knows the correct way of consuming a twix is to eat the caramel from the top first and then dunk the biscuit in your tea.... :D
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  • I'm with the 'one finger at a time', 'right way up Twix' and 'open crisps at the top' brigade and just don't get all of those odd-bods who can even dare to suggest that there is any other possible way, than the obvious (and clearly correct) way of consuming these products! :D

    (Or have the (us) lunatics just taken over the asylum perhaps)

    Why are we such strange creatures of habit? :o
  • Lexis200Lexis200 Forumite
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    Originally Posted by Smiley_Mum
    I saw on a Graham Norton show, Natalie Imbruglia doing a similar thing with Tim Tam biscuits, like an Australian version of our Penguins. You bite off top left and bottom right corners of the biscuit and then suck the hot drink through the biscuit and it makes it go all soft and you jam it all in your mouth before it breaks up, messy but nice and better than just dunking them!!

    Apparently you can do this with twix and tea too - not that I've tried it as I can't bear soggy biscuits!

    And I'm 100% with Molanole on how to eat a kit-kat; couldn't possibly do a bite across the whole thing as that's as wrong as eating a Pringle upside down and/or in more than one bite!!

    I also have to eat sweetcorn one row at a time so that it's really neat when I've finished...:)

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  • missk9missk9 Forumite
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    This thread made me chuckle as I actually told my 8 year old off the other day (in a jokey way.. kinda haha) for doing just this... i was like HOW COULD YOU!!!! hahaha....

    Then i thought i was the only weirdo to think it.. but alas i have alike thinkers!!!
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  • i do understand your point of view,

    however, biting across two fingers is mouthwateringly scrumptious and the kitkat just melts in your mouth. i much prefer it
  • And of course, Kitkats must be placed in the fridge first, so the chocolate is really hard.
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  • rubytuesdayrubytuesday Forumite
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    I'm not a great fan of KitKats but even so that is sacrilege!
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  • If am relaxed with a cuppa I would break it into two fingers.....nice, but other times especially when am on the go I would bite into both:D.
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  • rubytuesdayrubytuesday Forumite
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    MoneyMinz wrote: »
    I'm with the 'one finger at a time', 'right way up Twix' and 'open crisps at the top' brigade and just don't get all of those odd-bods who can even dare to suggest that there is any other possible way, than the obvious (and clearly correct) way of consuming these products! :D

    (Or have the (us) lunatics just taken over the asylum perhaps)

    Why are we such strange creatures of habit? :o

    Why not start a poll in The Arms MoneyMinz :)
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    And we were young.
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