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Blue Band margarine tub

dreamt they were giving away free margarine but I missed out and the shaman gave me a sacred drink instead hahah

supermousse

Similar to Birds Eye Supermousse but this was orange mousse with chunks of chocolate on the outside. I think you were meant to turn them upside .

Quatro : 1983

The golden age of British sweets - in pictures

Lucy...I really recognise this...where was it though??

Concrete coal bunker in the back garden. I made a den in the empty bunker!

My dad always wore this when I was growing up

Guys wearing too much Brut cologne in 1966 (it came out in 1964 and was super popular) -- I gave my guy a bottle of Dior's new Eau Sauvage in 1966 to get him 'off' the Brut kick!

UK - Cadbury's CurlyWurly -Curly Wurly- 3p chocolate candy bar wrapper - 1970's by JasonLiebig, via Flickr

UK - Cadbury's CurlyWurly - we got loads of these as Dad worked for Cadburys and the factory shop sold all the seconds off cheap. Curly Wurlys must have gone wrong a lot because we seemed to get loads of them. Not Curly Wurlys again Dad!

Rowntree's Jelly , 1970 's packet

Rowntree's Jelly , 1970 's packet - the basis of lots of trifles like chocolate swiss roll, lime jelly and chocolate blancmange

Camp Coffee is a black, concentrated coffee-flavoured syrup sold in the UK and in Canada.

Camp Coffee is a black, concentrated coffee-flavoured syrup sold in the UK and in Canada. The syrup is 26 percent chicory root, 4 percent coffee, and sugar and water. This is my favourite syrup for iced coffee

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