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Cadbury Loot


Cadbury Loot
Originally uploaded by SugarPressure.com
This beautiful purple package with a Royal Mail stamp and ribbon tied in a bow was waiting for me when I arrived home from work today. During the Holidays Cadbury asked what you use chocolate for and I replied "to make cookies!". The picture below is what was sent in that beautiful package. We ate a Wispa bar immediately upon opening the package, it was AMAZING! I keep thinking the giant Dairy Milk bar (at the very back of the photo) will be a contest on if I can eat it all in one day and SugarMama reminds me that it wouldn't be a "good" idea, but I reply, "it would be fun!". We'll see about that. I'd just like to say thank you to Cadbury for following through on sending this fantastic package of chocolate and using social media in such a great way, Thank you!
Cadbury Loot

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Richard @ The Bewildered Brit

Fantastic!

Did you know that Bournville train station, which is next to Cadbury's headquarters, is painted from top to bottom in that lovely shade of purple! :)

Sugarpressure

Thank you for the comment. I did look up the train station you mentioned and Wikipedia has pictures. I had no idea there was a Cadbury World there too! I knew they had a Cadbury World in New Zealand since we've been by it on our trip there. I might have to see the U.K. one now to complete my Cadbury World Tour. :P

Richard @ The Bewildered Brit

Cadbury World in Birmingham is just evil! I'm sure that when I left there I was about 20lbs heavier than when I went in! :D

It's well worth a visit, but if I ever go back I'm going to have to exert a *lot* of self control!

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