Trying to remember a candybar

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2007/07/05 01:29:37 (permalink)

Trying to remember a candybar

I figure this is the IMDb of candy, best place to ask this.

About 10 years ago this candy was already nearly impossibly to find, in fact I used to only find it at a independent movie house in San Diego, Ca.

I believe it was an import, iirc, shaped like a bar and was in a red wrapper, off-white crunch bar that crumbled when you bit into it, had the most interesting craqueline texture, amazing lol. I feel funny talkin about it, but I cannot for the life of me remember the name.

The wrapper was real classy looking as well.

Anyone know what I'm talking about?

Thanks,

Jonathan
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    Punkrockmom
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    RE: Trying to remember a candybar 2007/07/05 06:36:49 (permalink)
    here is a list with some pictures of candy & chip wrappers, maybe it will help you remember

    http://www.jakehowlett.com/tuckshop/wrappers/index.html
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    Kupotek
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    RE: Trying to remember a candybar 2007/07/05 07:46:24 (permalink)
    Not there, thanks anyway
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    mar52
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    RE: Trying to remember a candybar 2007/07/08 13:04:45 (permalink)
    Sounds like something from England.
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    Kupotek
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    RE: Trying to remember a candybar 2007/07/08 18:25:50 (permalink)
    Yeah it very well could be.
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