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Boxes of Chocolates- nostalgia

Boxes of Chocolates- nostalgia

Postby Stan Deasy » 24 Dec 2014 12:44

My wife used to work part time on the evening shift at a small local chocolate packing factory. It was Terrys,and they were allowed to eat as many chocolates as they liked while on the production line. She ofter brought bags of "mishapes" home which they were allowed to buy at a discount. We gorged on All Gold many times in the past. :lol:
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Boxes of Chocolates- nostalgia

Postby jocap » 25 Dec 2014 19:01

Stan Deasy wrote:My wife used to work part time on the evening shift at a small local chocolate packing factory. It was Terrys,and they were allowed to eat as many chocolates as they liked while on the production line. She ofter brought bags of "mishapes" home which they were allowed to buy at a discount. We gorged on All Gold many times in the past. :lol:

Snap, Stan....it was my auntie who worked on a similar line, but it was Rowntrees misshapes she gave us- can't remember what the name was! :?
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Postby tomvet » 25 Dec 2014 21:53

jocap wrote:
Stan Deasy wrote:My wife used to work part time on the evening shift at a small local chocolate packing factory. It was Terrys,and they were allowed to eat as many chocolates as they liked while on the production line. She ofter brought bags of "mishapes" home which they were allowed to buy at a discount. We gorged on All Gold many times in the past. :lol:

Snap, Stan....it was my auntie who worked on a similar line, but it was Rowntrees misshapes she gave us- can't remember what the name was! :?


I once had a gf whose mother used to work in Cadburys and their house was full with misshapen Moro bars! If the dowry was a few grand more, it could have been a deal breaker! :roll: :lol:
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