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Randi  Butler

Randi B.

NEW YORK, NY,
United States

2402 posts

thank you for Tim Tams.
please make your cookies exist in the US
that is all

TimTams. Like Penguins, "but better"

almost 4 years ago

#1
Asmita V

Asmita V.

HOGWARTS,
Canada

521 posts

I couldn't agree more.

0 · October 13, 2010

#3
Zanna V.D

Zanna V.

YORKSHIRE,
United Kingdom

2879 posts

i dont know what these are :(

0 · October 28, 2010

#5
Ebony .

Ebony ..

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA/,
Ireland

2119 posts

I've never really gotten in to tim tams. We always send them to our family in Ireland, that and tinned beetroot.

They're good melted over ice cream though ;)

0 · October 28, 2010

#6
Erin Z

Erin Z.

PERTH,
Australia

443 posts

I always feel sick after eating them:(

0 · October 28, 2010

#9
Ebony .

Ebony ..

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA/,
Ireland

2119 posts

Obviously penguins are trying to be tim tams.

In Australia we have this stuff in our chocolate that stops it from melting so quickly, but you don't in the UK so they probably taste different anyway. Like your chocolate tastes more real but makes me feel sick quicker.

0 · October 28, 2010

#11
Lhizette C.

Lhizette C.

HALLOWEENTOWN,
Philippines

647 posts

We have Tim Tams in the Philippines, why are they not sold in the US?

0 · October 28, 2010

#14
Madina A

Madina A.

WASHINGTON DC, LIVING IN DUBAI,
United Arab Emirates

529 posts

TIM TAMSSSSSS <3 we actually have those in Dubai

0 · October 28, 2010

#15
Ebony .

Ebony ..

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA/,
Ireland

2119 posts

Another Australian invention is Milo, it's like Nesquik or Ovaltine but better. So basically chocolate/barley powder that you add to milk to make chocolate milk or hot chocolate.

0 · October 29, 2010

#16
Raimundo Hernandez

Raimundo H.

SYDNEY/AUSTRALIA,
Australia

21 posts

@Zanna V.

zanna im sending u a packet asap

0 · October 29, 2010

#17
Raimundo Hernandez

Raimundo H.

SYDNEY/AUSTRALIA,
Australia

21 posts

@Ebony ..

and vegemite

0 · October 29, 2010

#18
Ebony .

Ebony ..

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA/,
Ireland

2119 posts

@Raimundo H.

of course, but it seems the world outside of Australia can't stand it.

0 · October 29, 2010

#19
Raimundo Hernandez

Raimundo H.

SYDNEY/AUSTRALIA,
Australia

21 posts

@Ebony ..

ahah coz the secret is not to have to much and have it with butter on toast.

0 · October 29, 2010

#20
Ebony .

Ebony ..

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA/,
Ireland

2119 posts

@Raimundo H.

I think since in Australia we are raised on it, we're probably just used to it. I can imagine what it would taste like to someone who has just lathered it straight on to bread though haha

0 · October 29, 2010

#21
Zanna V.D

Zanna V.

YORKSHIRE,
United Kingdom

2879 posts

they sound pretty epic

0 · October 29, 2010

#22
Zanna V.D

Zanna V.

YORKSHIRE,
United Kingdom

2879 posts

@Raimundo H.

feel free to do so!

0 · October 29, 2010

#23
Harry P

Harry P.

MELBOURNE,
Australia

105 posts

Tim tams are the shit. Nuff said.
Although wouldn't mind a penguin and a cup of tea right now. (:

0 · October 29, 2010

#24
Jasmine V.

Jasmine V.

DARWIN,
Australia

136 posts

hnnng Tim Tams. Those in the US have no idea what they're missing out on.

The Tim Tam milkshakes from Gloria Jeans are the best.

0 · October 30, 2010

#25
Camille Sioco

Camille S.

SYDNEY,
Australia

661 posts

I agree, Tim Tam Shakes are soooo yummy!! But I think NZ Biscuits are getter! Griffins
Mallow Puffs, Fingers, Toffee Pops! Mmm Nom nom! Aussie is only starting to import them now! Thank God we've got Grainwaves now!! Just need to get Poppa Jacks and Rashins Mmm Bluebird Chippies!

0 · November 3, 2010

#27
Kat B

Kat B.

Australia

177 posts

the reason tim tams arent sold in many other countries is because there are ingredients in them which arent allowed to be in food in other countries. they have heaps of carcinogens in them, but they do taste sooo good. the double choc ones are the best but i always get the normal ones cos they have 11 in the pack instead of 9 lol

0 · November 3, 2010

  

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