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Daemon
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 12:00:00 AM
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The Kit Kat Bar

The original "Kit Kat" comestible was a far cry from the candy bar we know and love today. In the 18th century, mutton pies called kit-cats were served at meetings of London's political Kit-Cat Club. The popular chocolate bar, with its distinct four-fingered shape, was introduced in 1935, after a worker at British confectionary Rowntree suggested the company create a snack that a man could easily take to work. Before being rebranded the "Kit Kat" in 1937, the treat was marketed under what name? More...
Professor
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Daemon wrote:
The Kit Kat Bar

The original "Kit Kat" comestible was a far cry from the candy bar we know and love today. In the 18th century, mutton pies called kit-cats were served at meetings of London's political Kit-Cat Club. The popular chocolate bar, with its distinct four-fingered shape, was introduced in 1935, after a worker at British confectionary Rowntree suggested the company create a snack that a man could easily take to work. Before being rebranded the "Kit Kat" in 1937, the treat was marketed under what name? More...


Who doesn't like a Kit Kat candy bar every now and again?
Dr. Mohammed Albadri
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 5:18:12 AM

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the most delicious candy
Luker4
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curmudgeonine
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 8:44:37 AM

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The product's official title of "Rowntree's Chocolate Crisp" was renamed "Kit Kat Chocolate Crisp" in 1937
Christine
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 10:56:17 AM
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luker4 wrote:


yuk!
Marguerite
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 11:43:02 AM

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OCA is joining Greenpeace and Mothers & Others in urging Nestle to stop using genetically engineered ingredients in their products.
Though Nestle has pledged to avoid genetically engineered ingredients in several European countries including Spain,
Great Britain and Germany, but Nestle USA has not made a similar pledge and continues to use genetically engineered ingredients.

I never liked KitKat as much as I liked Reese Cups. But today when I bite into a KitKat I actually spit it out. My taste buds can't be fooled except by Reese Cups so I avoid them as I avoid men who don't like women. I don't have to taste a man to know that he is poison--I just have to listen.
Ismat
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 1:56:30 PM
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It's wonderful to know the history of things around us in daily life ..I know kit-kat all my life but didn't know the history behined it..Thank you very much ..
Marguerite
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 3:07:40 PM

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Marguerite wrote:
OCA is joining Greenpeace and Mothers & Others in urging Nestle to stop using genetically engineered ingredients in their products.
Though Nestle has pledged to avoid genetically engineered ingredients in several European countries including Spain,
Great Britain and Germany, but Nestle USA has not made a similar pledge and continues to use genetically engineered ingredients.

I never liked KitKat as much as I liked Reese Cups. But today when I bite into a KitKat I actually spit it out. My taste buds can't be fooled except by Reese Cups so I avoid them as I avoid men who don't like women. I don't have to taste a man to know when he is poison--I just have to listen.
Absurdicuss
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 3:07:57 PM
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"Pay no attention to the harmful ingredients listed on the package!" The Great and Powerful OZ has spoken.


Wrote Marguerite: "I don't have to taste a man to know that he is poison--I just have to listen."

Shiver me timbers lass, the X rated thoughts aroused by your statement are too lurid for public consumption. If you continue to carry on as such I shall demand that it to be in a PM.

Now before y'all start hoppin up'n down in yer stirrups, that was a what we call in Hill Country, a "jocular interlude"...emphasis on lewd.
kenturner1
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 3:20:40 PM

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If there is anything better than Kit Kats the gods kept it for themselves!
Doce
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 3:51:13 PM

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Icecream is better than Kit Kats :D
youme
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 5:53:55 PM
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I really want to try the green tea KitKat (japanese matcha) :)
Christine
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 5:59:41 PM
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Absurdicuss wrote:
"Pay no attention to the harmful ingredients listed on the package!" The Great and Powerful OZ has spoken.


Wrote Marguerite: "I don't have to taste a man to know that he is poison--I just have to listen."

Shiver me timbers lass, the X rated thoughts aroused by your statement are too lurid for public consumption. If you continue to carry on as such I shall demand that it to be in a PM.

Now before y'all start hoppin up'n down in yer stirrups, that was a what we call in Hill Country, a "jocular interlude"...emphasis on lewd.


lol Applause Applause
maillady
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 6:34:15 PM

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Yah...what Christine said!
maillady
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 6:34:16 PM

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Yah...what Christine said!
maillady
Posted: Sunday, March 9, 2014 6:36:53 PM

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For some reason I cannot delete my double post.....sorry.....
Christine
Posted: Monday, March 10, 2014 10:39:39 AM
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Christine wrote:
Absurdicuss wrote:
International Women's Day


Wrote Marguerite: "I don't have to taste a man to know that he is poison--I just have to listen."

Shiver me timbers lass, the X rated thoughts aroused by your statement are too lurid for public consumption. If you continue to carry on as such I shall demand that it to be in a PM.

Now before y'all start hoppin up'n down in yer stirrups, that was a what we call in Hill Country, a "jocular interlude"...emphasis on lewd.


lol Applause Applause


no applaud

definitely a mistake

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