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kinder inevitability....

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- the virgin egg

- the chocolate wonder

- the final barrier....

- the bits.

- WTF? a hexagonal-football playing fox? only in kinderland

- the besy bit about kinder eggs is the foil.

you have almost the exact same coffie table as me!!

the fox is awesome they are like subitio i like them

29th Sep 2006, 12:14

yeah, when i tried to 'kick' the ball with the fox, and it wanged off the table, i was suitably impressed. its in the bin now.

29th Sep 2006, 12:21

liebbie says:

I love kinder eggs, but I think they've banned them in the US now, small parts for children. damn them children.

29th Sep 2006, 17:07

children are idiots

29th Sep 2006, 17:26

martimus says:

Im imoressed you have the patience to take the foil off so neatly, I can never resist the tempatation of getting into it quickly

I got a VF-1 Valkyrie from Macross once, no shit, but I never ever saw another one in a kinder egg ever again.

I weep for that toy, It's kind of spoiled kinder eggs for me ever since, no toy has ever lived up to its expectation. sigh

29th Sep 2006, 22:40

Caine says:

Cool! I haven't seen anything like that since I was a sprog.

30th Sep 2006, 07:52

martimus says:

you havnt seen a kinder egg since you wer a sprogg? you havn't been looking very well have you, they are everywhere!

30th Sep 2006, 10:04

Caine says:

Well, I'm in the States, martimus, and being childfree, I haven't exactly had reason to go looking! :D I'm afraid even if I found them, the toy quality would be awful - not like a dinosaur's age ago when I was little. Then, no one expected us to be stupid enough to swallow things, etc. Or if we did, we were just told "well, that will teach you, won't it?" The States has gone a little insane on the "protect the children" business.

30th Sep 2006, 10:49

Malky says:

Mmm, kinder egg.

30th Sep 2006, 11:44

martimus says:

mmm the milky goodness

2nd Oct 2006, 10:29

JokerXL says:

Kinder eggs're cool, should be kept well away from "kinders" though.
More for us!
You have the patience of a saint M_F, to dissect the thing like that, quiet night on TV?

2nd Oct 2006, 16:31

not really, but as it says - i think the foil is the best bit of a kinder egg. i find flattening it out and smoothing it quite therapeutic

2nd Oct 2006, 16:39

paintist says:

we used to get great toys in cereal packets...just loose, no little plastic bags around them....submarines that you put baking powder in and they would bob up and down in water ( simple times)....but I never swallowed one, not even as a very silly child.....

2nd Oct 2006, 17:08