anyone in America....?

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  1. McLovin

    McLovin Well-Known Member

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    anyone in America want to send me some lucky charms cerial?!!
    i am really badly craving them - and the only place i can get them in London is sold out :cry:
     
  2. BBonBoard

    BBonBoard Proud Mommy of 2 girls

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    if only i wasnt soooo poor i would mail you a box, but i have no money, im sorry hun. hope you can find some lucky charms.
     
  3. McLovin

    McLovin Well-Known Member

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    thanks hun. I don't understand why they aren't sold here any more to be honest - stupid! lol x
     
  4. LouLou78

    LouLou78 Mum to 3 gorgeous girls

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    Go on the 'American Soda' website. There is lucky charm cereal that you can buy on there and have it sent to your door. I have ordered some on there and order my pumpkin pie filling cause I didn't manage to get pumpkins this halloween. Love it :)
     
  5. MandaAnda

    MandaAnda Well-Known Member

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    Where did you try? I know of a few places in London you can try and a tonne of UK-based websites that carry it.
     
  6. bethy1512

    bethy1512 due NYE 09

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    www.americansweets.co.uk the lucky charms are expensive on there but they do a huge bag of another brand that are exactly the same.... i think they are called anchor matey or something! i have my cupboards stocked full of lucky charms and american flavour poptarts!

    YUM
     
  7. chuck

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    While we're putting orders in can someone send some proper beef jerky over..the teeny tiny bags of jerky you can get here are RUBBISH.

    I want strips of jerky it takes hours to chew through!

    Oh and Kraft mac n cheese in a box.

    ...and some mountain dew just for nostalgia.
     
  8. Emma1980

    Emma1980 Mummy to Finley

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    and some soft batch cookies pls lol
     
  9. MandaAnda

    MandaAnda Well-Known Member

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    You can get the Kraft Mac & Cheese at Asda. :happydance:
     
  10. chuck

    chuck Well-Known Member

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    pure awesome...

    Now I need some good jerky...I could sit and chew on that stuff for hours, I'm such a carnivore! lol.
     
  11. MandaAnda

    MandaAnda Well-Known Member

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    I know. The peppered kind is loooovely.
     
  12. McLovin

    McLovin Well-Known Member

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    thanks ladies - just ordered some on american sweets - although apparently they wont be here before christmas!!!

    What is Taffy?

    Also, what is Jerky?
     
  13. BeccaMichelle

    BeccaMichelle Mummy of 2

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  14. :o you mean you can still get lucky charm cereal??? is it that one where you have the marshmellow stars and moons ect in it???
     
  15. MandaAnda

    MandaAnda Well-Known Member

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    Taffy is a sherbety flavoured stretchy sweet. Jerky is dried, seasoned meat (you can get it here, but it's just not as good).
     
  16. MandaAnda

    MandaAnda Well-Known Member

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    Moons, stars, hearts, horseshoes and clovers! We never stopped having it in America, but you have to go to specialist shops over here to get your hands on some.
     
  17. BeccaMichelle

    BeccaMichelle Mummy of 2

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    Yup. And it's Magically Delicious!!! ;) Of course I believe all cereals should have little dried marshmallows in them. Wish they'd just start selling them in the UK. General Mills doesn't sell in the UK though... they sub contract to Nestle I think. Because they make Cheerios but Cheerios are sold by Nestle here... I wonder who we'd have to send letters to to get them to change their minds?
     
  18. Shireena__x

    Shireena__x In My Own Little World

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    whilst the orders are going in will someone send over some skittles :) super sour and green, and tropical starburst, oh and a return ticket 2 jfk :D
     
  19. should start a group on facebook lol, omg i just rang my mum and told her and shes on ebay right now ordering some, i havent had that since i was 5 or 6 when they stopped doing it over here. I really want some now :(. I dont know if they would sell it over here as i heard they took it of the shelves because of the sugar content...
     
  20. MandaAnda

    MandaAnda Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, the don't seem to have our super sugary kid cereals here (although they are fortified with Vitamin D...see, that's why I'm now deficient!) like Cap'n Crunch and Fruity Pebbles *drool*.

    And the sour skittles - yum! In America, they have a rough coating that makes them, um, sour-er. I spent an entire semester at college with my mouth constantly puckered due to those yummy things. And everything's grape flavoured instead of icky blackcurrant.
     

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