Saturday, 21 January 2012

Word of the Week

MoundsBounty


Definition: (OK, so I'm sorta cheating because these aren't EXACTLY the same, but are rough equivalents)  A candy bar consisting of coconut covered in chocolate.
Used in a sentence:  A dark chocolate MoundsBounty is Ross' candy bar of choice!

5 comments:

  1. I was disappointed when I had my first Mars bar in the UK... NO ALMONDS!

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  2. Thank you!!! A few weeks ago I had a Mars bar and I said to Ross "Shouldn't this have almonds?" He assured me that I was mistaken and I thought maybe I remembered wrong... I never ate them that often and it has been almost 2 years...
    Now I know I'm not crazy :) (at least not about that specific thing...)

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  3. So in the US there are two variations: almond joy and mounds. And in the words of a long ago jingle 'sometime you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't.
    Almond Joy's got nuts;mounds don't. '. Mom

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  4. I sang the jingle to Ross yesterday and he looked at me like I was crazy! :)

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  5. I haven't had a Bounty but Darren tells me they come in dark chocolate and milk chocolate. He preferred the Milk, which of course you can't get in the US because Mounds only comes in dark.

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