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SikTh

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#1 8 years ago

Buy American Sweets, Candy, Food & Drinks Online in UK - Fast Delivery Nationwide - American Soda

Basically, I've got someone's birthday coming up soon and they've always had a fascination with American food. Now I won't be able to afford to take her to America to try the food but I can bring the food (or at least some of it) to her. So, I'm asking my American forum users, what foods and drinks, on that site, do you recommend to order in? I'm looking to spend £20-£30 on stuff to put in a hamper for them.

I'd really appreciate some advice and input from you all. Thank you, thank you, thank you.




Hfx-Rebel Advanced Member

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#2 8 years ago

Interesting...importing American groceries? You don't have junk food in Britain? Everything In the pics look typical...what were you thinking of doing, give her chips, or peanut butter sandwich? If so, grab her a bag of Cheetos and enjoy :nodding:




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#3 8 years ago

Oreo's are f'ing awesome.

I linked to the DOUBLE STUFFED one's since they are larger and hence more American

Also Mallow Cups (which are made about 20 miles from my house. We can buy them at the outlet by the box, like 200+ mallow cups. They also sell the "rejects" in mass quantities)

I also love Jif Extra Crunchy Peanut Butter


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#4 8 years ago
Please add the goods you want from the huge selection on our site! Sub-Total £0.00 Approx cheapest shipping £2.50 Grand Total £2.50

I already owe 2.50, and haven't even bought anything. This is genuinely American. I second the oreo's.




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#5 8 years ago

Oreo's are already common in Britain aren't they? I eat them all the time.


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#6 8 years ago

I just assumed anything on that site wasn't all that common in UK, hence the need to import it.


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#7 8 years ago

You'd think so, but clearly they're trying to pull some kind of fast one.

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Why would I import them when I can get them for £1.69 at Asda? :p


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Giz Advanced Member

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#8 8 years ago

Get one of these for her and one for yourself: Buy Amp Energy Cherry Overdrive16 fl OZ (473ml) - from £3.57 - UK Delivery - American Soda Drink, then have some great sex! No need to thank me. ;) (don't worry about the cuddling after sex, the sugar crash will put her out)




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#9 8 years ago

You could invite your friend to an American restaurant instead. Might be a more enjoyable experience than eating some US junk food.




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#10 8 years ago

^That. I personally recommend Red Lobster. Order a basket-full of their garlic-biscuits and she'll remember you forever ;)


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