I received! and I got totally spoiled! Prepare to be jealous!
*this is very picture heavy!*
ok, first (always first) are the chocolates!
my waistline is going to hate me.
I'm most intrigued by the Aero Bubbles, Wispa, and Ripple Chocolates... we have some Cadbury chocolates over here too, but I'm curious if they taste different (and great minds think alike! I almost sent you a Cadbury's Fruit & Nut bar too!
), and Chocolate Indulgences (which is chocolate-orange cream stuff covered in chocolate-which tastes amazing! the whole bag melted on the way over, so I've been cutting off bits of the chunk all day! yum!) also Ginger Nut cookie-type things. sounds yummy!
and on to the chips and stuff:
Pringles (which we get over here), Crinkles (which reminds me of our Lays Ridges, right down to the logo!), Haribo Starmix and Tangfastics (the SO will love these!) Fruit-tella, Flake, and Refreshables (ok, I'm REALLY interested in that last one. do they fiz or something?) and Marmite yeast extract. um, is it jam or something? I'm really curious about it, and I'm afraid to open it until I know what to do with it.
yay for puzzles! I'm LOVING the individually-wrapped Chocolate Orange slices, I wish they had those over here! Toffee popcorn, which reminds me of Kettle Korn here in Texas... and my crafted item! it's hand-spun yarn, and in my favorite color combo, hot pink and black! she also sent me a BRITISH Fire Department patch! I'm collecting them, and I'm so excited to get an international patch!
on to the rest of the goodies:
OMG. I love shortbread, and she sent CHOCOLATE CHIP SHORTBREAD. *died* ok, seriously, I'm moving to England just so I can get all these great goodies!
also, local treats like sherbert lemons, mint humbugs, and toffee! the little round things are actually lollipops, but I stuck them in the holes so that they would stand upright. and dip dab sounds delicious!
the whole lot:
and the patch and the yarn:
and the intriguing little bottle of something that I can't wait to find out more about, and the Chocolate orange slices:
and of course, the Irn Bru (I can't wait to taste this!)