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Mummy why cant have cheese strings like everyone else???

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Beetroot Tue 19-Apr-05 12:20:10

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SPARKLER1 Tue 19-Apr-05 12:20:58

I give them to my kids - they are healthy and well.

Marina Tue 19-Apr-05 12:21:00

Have you been bugging my house again?
Repeat ad nauseam for Smiley Faces, daily trips to McDonalds, CheezDippers and Fruit Shoots

purpleturtle Tue 19-Apr-05 12:21:26

I agree. actually, I bought them once, and dd refused to eat them (having asked for them). Why spend all that money when they'll eat a hunk of organic red leicester, no questions asked?

WideWebWitch Tue 19-Apr-05 12:21:45

Yes, I say the same. 'I don't care if everyone else has them in their lunchbox, I'm not buying them' ditto 'fruit' winders

SkiBunnyFlummy Tue 19-Apr-05 12:21:51

You are so mean. Cheese strings rule. I love'em. Apparently they even have some cheese in too, which is great.

Beetroot Tue 19-Apr-05 12:22:14

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SkiBunnyFlummy Tue 19-Apr-05 12:22:46

What about those humzingers fruit stix - bleurghhhh

Beetroot Tue 19-Apr-05 12:22:48

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lockets Tue 19-Apr-05 12:22:58

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Beetroot Tue 19-Apr-05 12:23:21

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Marina Tue 19-Apr-05 12:24:12

And don't get me started on mini-Peperami. I caved on this in a moment of weakness and they look like shrink-wrapped gibbons' penises. And because I never give the kids anything I haven't tasted first, I think they probably taste like gibbons' penises too. Worse possibly even.

lockets Tue 19-Apr-05 12:24:13

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bundle Tue 19-Apr-05 12:24:39

i'll go as far as babybel, but no further

TheVillageIdiot Tue 19-Apr-05 12:24:44

They just look disgusting, I miagine they taste like those realy vomit-y smelling processed squares.

I do allow cheez dippers as an occassional snack though and dairylea on toast as dd won't eat real cheese.

Marina Tue 19-Apr-05 12:25:24

We have a line beyond Babybel too bundle

TheVillageIdiot Tue 19-Apr-05 12:25:52

Of course I don't mean that she won't eat chesse cos I give her dairylea. She has never liked cheese, dairylea/cheese dippers are a new experiment.

Beansmum Tue 19-Apr-05 12:26:53

humzingers are brilliant, I bought some for ds, he ate one and by the end of the day I had eaten the rest! yum yum.

WideWebWitch Tue 19-Apr-05 12:27:24

this is why you can't have them matey!

lockets Tue 19-Apr-05 12:27:54

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GeorginaA Tue 19-Apr-05 12:28:15

Marina - I don't want to think about how you know what a gibbon's penis tastes like

PMSL at this thread

Beetroot Tue 19-Apr-05 12:29:09

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SoupDragon Tue 19-Apr-05 12:29:10

The Dragon house is a cheese string free zone too. We go for Mini Moos cheddar sticks or the snack sized Cathedral City cheddar.

TheVillageIdiot Tue 19-Apr-05 12:30:22

this topic is sponsered by humzingers

Marina Tue 19-Apr-05 12:30:38

Ours both love those snack-sized Camembert wedges and these have the added advantage of glueing their mouths shut for minutes when handed over good and ripe
Thanks for the link www

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