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since 02/06/2011


Make Up Gallery Pro Liquid Eyeliner 20/04/2015

A liquid eyeliner I actually like using

Method Washing Up Liquid Clementine 18/04/2015

Method-ical dish washing

Tesco Free From Strawberry & Vanilla Cones 17/04/2015

A cone of strawberry deliciousness

Natracare Ultra Natural Pads 15/04/2015

For the ladies - Natracare Organic cotton pads -

Nestle Carnation Chocolate Filling & Topping 11/04/2015

Chocolate from a can

Percy & Reed Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Balm 08/04/2015

Percy & Reed Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Balm

Balance Me Radiance Face Mask 05/04/2015

Balance Me Radiance Face Mask

Sally Hansen Color Quick Nail Pen 04/04/2015

Short cut to nail disaster -Sally Hansen Color Quick

Robinsons Sugar Free Jelly 01/04/2015

Jelly inspired by Robinsons fruit squash

Andrex Washlets 29/03/2015

Washlets work for me

Rimmel Apocalips Lip Lacquer 22/03/2015

The Apocalips has come - according to Rimmel

Montagne Jeunesse Amore Rose Face Masque 18/03/2015

Ordeal by rose petals

The Wild Rover - Mike Parker 16/03/2015

The Wild Rover

Carley's Organic Sunflower Butter 14/03/2015

Think peanut butter, but made from sunflower seeds

Reese's Reester Bunnies 11/03/2015

Here comes the Reester Bunny..

Reese's Reester Bunnies I was shopping for Easter eggs in Waitrose when my eye was drawn to a box of chocolate bunnies in familiar orange and yellow packaging. I pounced on them, as I recognised the logo of Reese's Peanut Butter chocolates, and so I knew they were a version of one of my favourite chocolates of all time - Reese's Peanut Butter cups. I paid £4.00 for four little rabbits, each weighing 34g. . If you like peanut butter, and don't mind it on the sweeter side, then you will probably like the Peanut butter cups, and the seasonal lines from the same brand are essentially the cups in a different shape and size. You get a very thick, smooth peanut butter centre in all of them, with a milk chocolate flavoured coating. Once upon I had to feed my Reeses addiction via expensive specialist sweet shops that sell imported brands of chocolate, as they are an American chocolate. Now you can buy the Peanut butter cups in most supermarkets and their popularity means their sister products are starting to pop up there too. The Reester Bunnies are only on sale for a limited time, up to Easter, according to the Tesco website. While they look cute, they don't offer anything really different to the Reese's Peanut Butter products you can buy all year round, so unless you want to give them as an Easter gift, I would not go out of my way to buy these. Some stockists online seem to be charging twice the Waitrose price for these because of their "limited edition" novelty value here, so check the supermarkets ...
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