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Discussion in 'Geek Food' started by water_ling, Jan 7, 2009.

  1. water_ling

    water_ling Member

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    A rant thread about food that you can't get any more.

    *Aldi got rid of the Blackstone hoisin duck-flavoured chips. *sigh*
     
  2. SupremeMoFo

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    I'd be happy if you said "they got rid of Aldi"
     
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  3. alexb618

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    the angry whopper has been discontinued :(
     
  4. bobfranklin

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    Pepper Steak Smiths chips
    Southern Chicken burger from Hungrys a few years ago
     
  5. Falkor

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    Why? Because they sell food cheaper ? Your statement confuses me.

    And I agree with the OP, those chips were great :(
     
  6. SupremeMoFo

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    That didn't last long...

    Because what they sell is shit and there's no choice. It really is a stupidmarket.
     
  7. stevenx

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    Kettle Roast Beef and Mustard chips.

    Delicious, but they haven't been around for a decade or so.

    :(
     
  8. Agg

    Agg Lord of the Pings

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    Pretty much the only McFood I really liked was those mexican burgers with the kinda creamy sauce they had ages ago. They came back for a short while but gone again. Can't even remember what they were called now. :(
     
  9. thrillhouse

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    Speaking of maccas, I miss the Mc Rib Burger. That and shaka fries.
     
  10. yucatan

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    you are thinking of a burger that is thinking it is a taco
     
  11. JonBob

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    Blue Tounge Twisties need to be bought back.
     
  12. PuffDragoN

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    Tower Burger from KFC.... Oh how I miss the....
     
  13. mshagg

    mshagg Politburo

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    "Think smaller, think... more legs"

    Heartbreaking stuff :(
     
  14. Burgerknife

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    I won't miss anything more then my beloved CC's and Sprite Ice :upset: :upset: :upset:
     
  15. HyRax1

    HyRax1 ¡Viva la Resolutión!

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    "Red Seal" branded tomato-flavoured chips - they were awesome. :(
     
  16. Stone2x

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    Discontinued a long time ago but... Supercharged Zinger from KFC :(
     
  17. SupremeMoFo

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    I actually liked the HJ's Stackers.
     
  18. glasnt

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    RIP Choki Choki

    (Tube of nutella/chocolate sauce type stuff, used to be about 20c a tube. Was very nice)
     
  19. thrillhouse

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    Was I the only one that liked the Muesli/nuts part of the Dunkaroos snack? Dunk the roo in the chocolate, then coat in muesli/nuts, and eat? I remember when they stopped selling them with that part of the tray, and just had the chocolate and roos, just like a boring (yet tasty?) chocolate version of the Le Snack.

    I remember looking around at recess and seeing other kids do the one hand toss. Use one hand to cover the roos, and toss the nuts out. :confused:
     
  20. mshagg

    mshagg Politburo

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    Lol.

    What about the half yoghurt half muesli/chocolate bits/jam/whatever, where you folded the thing in half to mix it all together... Still around?
     

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