Anyone good with laptop troubleshooting? Just a minor yet annoying issue I could do with a hand solving
They're like m&m's - chocolate beans coated in sugar. Only since they've removed all the interesting stuff (ie the artificial colours and flavourings that allegedly made the kids hyper) they've become kind of dull. I'm therefore forced to conclude that if I want an approximation of the Smarties of my childhood I'd be better to go for m&m's ...What's the British definition of "Smarties"? In Germany they're similar to M&M's, while in America they're a sort of tablet candy.
Are they a bit fizzy? They look very similar to something we have here called Refreshers.This is the sort of stuff we have in the States: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smarties_(tablet_candy)
I don't think I'd call them "fizzy", but they're very tangy. It's a very sour / sweet texture, with all the sugar and additives running the line so thinly that I wouldn't actually call them solely sour or solely sweet. Weird to describe them.Are they a bit fizzy?
Correct - they were basically the same as any other Swizzles candy and it was all awful. I remember they had a kind of a "cold" taste (I can't think of another way to put it) and they had a really indistinct flavour (?or flavours) which, without giving the slightest impression that they were attempting to imitate any known flavour, somehow still managed to taste totally artificial. A few years ago they were in the news because they'd decided to add a few "updated" messages to the Love Hearts like "Text Me" and I thought "surely the real news here is: people are still buying those hideous things??"I thought of Parma Violets or Love Hearts. Both are gross.