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  • What is this "fluff" I'm feeling the need to try some now:rotfl:.
  • Maitane
    Maitane Posts: 360 Forumite
    What is this "fluff" I'm feeling the need to try some now:rotfl:.

    It's like a marshmallow made into a spread with a very fluffy texture. I have original and strawberry flavour. Every now and again I get an urge to dip things in it and then have to go for a little run up a mountain, around and around while gibbering like a loony. ;)
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  • Molly41
    Molly41 Posts: 4,919 Forumite
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    Yes you can actually see your teeth disintegrating as you eat that fluff stuff....but my kids love it too:eek::eek: DD is off to New York just before christmas and is planning to bring back all her american food stuffs.
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  • unixgirluk wrote: »
    where abouts in Blackpool are you? There's 2 markets off Waterloo road (where the big Shoemarket is) and they both keep olive oil soap for about 60pish a bar (one of the markets keeps all the hotel/airline style toiletry items as well very cheap, its tucked right at the back of the market).

    north shore but right by tram and no. 1 bus route so can get there in 15 minutes. was really wanting to buy some here in spain, but if i can get it in blackpool and save the weight in luggage, all the better
  • mesh
    mesh Posts: 23 Forumite
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    bought back microwave cookware, usual spices, kashmiri throws, crewel material for curtains, silicon kitchen tools before they were available over here, a matak (yes took this as hand luggage and got a few strange looks) a 7 kilo sack of basmati rice (cost £1), jewelry, mosquito net (£2) anti mozzi stuff from India and a cheese slice from NL. As I worked in the middle east for some time, I brought back my abayah's and used them as the grim reaper at fancy dress! :D:D
    ;) If in doubt, don't! :o
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