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    This is a discussion on bygone munchies within the Everyday Life forums, part of the Community channel category; Seen a couple of posts on the forum lately talking about lion bars... That has to be my favourite old ...

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      bygone munchies

      Seen a couple of posts on the forum lately talking about lion bars...

      That has to be my favourite old school choccy bar ever, yet where i live, i can't find one for love nor money within walking distance & that's 6 retailers.

      Not only that, what ever happened to wheataflakes, or the other brands equivalents?
      Best cereal ever but can i find it anywhere?
      No.


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      Re: bygone munchies

      Quote Originally Posted by gymno View Post
      Seen a couple of posts on the forum lately talking about lion bars...

      That has to be my favourite old school choccy bar ever, yet where i live, i can't find one for love nor money within walking distance & that's 6 retailers.

      Not only that, what ever happened to wheataflakes, or the other brands equivalents?
      Best cereal ever but can i find it anywhere?
      No.
      Co-op Sell them I know I work for them and sainsburys do.

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      Re: bygone munchies

      I take it you mean lion bars?

      I have a (solar) co-op & sainsbury's near me (that's 2 of the 6) & they're just not there.

      Any info on wheataflakes?
      (It's very important lol.)

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      Re: bygone munchies

      BTW, it's not these:


      Each wheataflake flake was about 1/4 the size of those flakes.
      And darker in colour.

      And spelt correctly.
      WHEAT-a-flakes.

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      Re: bygone munchies


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      Re: bygone munchies

      Sorry, way too pale in colour.

      There's the odd similar flake here & there in some brands of muesli but that doesn't really feed the fishy.
      I WANT (my whole bowl to be full of) WHEATAFLAKES!
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      Re: bygone munchies

      The local shops and superstores around here all appear to sell Lion Bars. Different sizes too.

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      Re: bygone munchies

      Quote Originally Posted by Scubbie View Post
      The local shops and superstores around here all appear to sell Lion Bars. Different sizes too.


      LOL.

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      Re: bygone munchies



      Hungry?


      Perhaps now?

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      Re: bygone munchies

      Raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!

     

     
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