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You may be a sniffer ! Most "taste" comes from smell so have a good niff........it may hit the mark........then walk away with a "Oooh that's smell gorgeous - I can have some if I want some but I CHOOSE not to have any !" attitude...........flowers smell lovely too but you wouldn't eat any....would you? ;)
 

sun

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actually I have eaten frangipanny and nasturtiums, also pansies, in either salad or fruit salad x
 
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I know exactly what you mean Sun - I remember regularly getting hit by the smell of them last year at Asda and now Christmas has gone I'm sure I'll be getting hit by it again soon.
 
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actually I have eaten frangipanny and nasturtiums, also pansies, in either salad or fruit salad x
Whenever I smell a Gardenia, I just want to chomp on it. THey smell so lush and gorgeous it just seems they would taste delicious! lol - I have managed to restrain myself however!!
 
#7
The cream eggs were out before Christmas. I find the smell of food more difficult to handle that the the look of it.

Hot X Buns used to be one of my downfalls, would buy one of the get one free, and eat one pack on the way home. Not anymore.
 
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We usually have the warburtons fruit loaves in the house and this week when the kids have been toasting it I've been like the Bisto kid with my Aahhhhhhhhhh
 
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mmmmmmm.. you now have me dreaming of hot cross buns and butter lol!

Conveniently, I finish RtM on Easter weekend so may well get a small taste at least (well technically that should be my last trigger week - coveniently chocolate! But it is also my birthday so I think I will skip that week!).

I can't understand why they start everything so bloody early though - by the time you get to the main event you are sick of the sight of these things. I nearly fell over when I saw the Easter stock hit Tesco on the 27th December!

Leesy
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