Even though they now sell Skittles Crazy Sour in Germany, they are not the same thing. The US sour Skittles are probably lethal, the ones in Germany I would call: sweet without a hint of sour. Fucking liars.
Anyway, get a bag of US Skittles Crazy Sour.
Is sour illegal like blood in video games in Germany?
Also the blood thing in video games is such a past cliché. The law has been readjusted so that games can simply get a 18+ rating and still be sold etc. Old bans are being lifted or games have been re-released under the new legislation.
I was daring and had a Hershey bar recently. It was very boring. Had some other yank thing as well. Tasted of fudge, but apparently was not.
edit: aha! A tootsie roll. It too was very boring.
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Does everything in the US have corn syrup in it? No wonder everything is so sweet.
I thought what I'd do was, I'd pretend I was one of those Thukkers, that way I wouldn't have to have any goddamn stupid useless conversations with anybody.
Originally Posted by Nu11u5
Also I have never EVER seen the "Kernel Seasons" that micronova posted, my guess is it will be very salty unless you really like salty things don't do it.
Also also, is shipment an expensive problem? If not why not ask the Amerifags on the site to send you some of the shit you feel like trying? I have no qualms trundling my ass to a market and picking some stuff up if you unamerican socialist commies would pick up the shipment costs.
If the anti-sugar movement gets any good traction that might change some day. Though I doubt it, we're still giving the sugar (real sugar) industry subsidies in spite of them making record profit. Basically for the same reasons in spite of the folks that run the oil industry telling congress directly and unmistakably that they do not need subsidies they still get subsidies.
Obviously given my choice of spending £10 a box on twinkies, price is not a problem. The reason the original SHC chocolate review thread boomed is that its literally impossible to get shit like that over here (or was until this new place opened up). It takes two weeks minimum to ship something internationally, and when food is involved, two weeks alters it significantly enough being thrown about and stored in places food shouldnt be stored, let alone it will just go bad within two weeks anyway.
And of course, thats before you consider customers throwing a shitfit at any form of liquid/foodstuff crossing international borders. If i order stuff, it will probably just not even arrive. The only time i was able to get my hands on was when it was a gift from someone coming back from the states, so it was hand-luggage and fresh enough to be acceptable, and it gets let in as a souvenir that way. Also, anything that is manufactured and distributed locally is completely different because of EU standards, and thus pointless as its not the US experience. Apparently, these guys get around that by selling "novelties" or some such, i dont care.
People used to ask me all the time to do more foreign crap-food review threads just out of thier sheer curiosity, but it just wasnt possible. Now that i actually have a local outlet i may consider it again, if people even still give a shit.
Ah fair enough, though I guess it depends on what is being asked for. That popcorn seasoning being one example it could take a year to ship from point a to b and still have the same quality*.
*for a very loose use of the term quality.
RE: Salty or not, it has 75mg per serving (3% of the RDA) but it doesn't taste salty at all, kinda sweet.
But we are talking junk food here, so don't worry about the health effects of any of this stuff. It will kill you eventually.