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° Which Was Your Favorite Biscuit Back Then?

Discussion in 'Childhood Memories' started by Vivian, Aug 19, 2016.

  1. Vivian

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    Which was your favorite biscuit Back then? Let's have a deep Convo[​IMG]
     
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  2. lemonade

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    Lolz... reminiscence...obviously, that was speedy biscuits o. I remember when it first came out and the small chopped biscuits were so chololatey and crunchy. Each nylon pack is often filled to the brim. All of a sudden, they started reducing the size, eventually they ended up filling up the small chops with air...the whole stuff would look OK until you crunch and find out it was balloony inside...well, na dat time my eye open sha!
     
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  3. Missy

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    I love coconut biscuit! it reminds me of my secondary schl day.I doubt if its still in market
     
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  4. mrdeekseen

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    Deep convo on top biscuit? Lol, babe get small chill na lol.

    Anyway, besides that FISHLY, at some point in time the others were a favorite. Especially coconut cookies and speedy. They were for 'movie time'.
     
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  5. lemonade

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    You must be a real addict o...
     
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  6. mrdeekseen

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    My brother, it was when I changed location that I was able to overcome the desire. The aboki didn't have them.
     
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  7. bolade

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    Wow I love this biscuits. My favorite was coconut. Even now I still love biscuits and my favorite is fibre active. Seems cos of me the company stopped supplying it. In fact the price increased to N40naira because I buy at least 10 pieces daily. Lolz
     
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  8. Vivian

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    @bolade, you are bad o. So you make fibre active scarce and expensive? Well for me, the ones I like now is cream crackers or on the costly side, I love McVities HobNobs.
     
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  9. lemonade

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    Hehe he hehe... See generation of biscuits consumers o... Na WA! Nobody even remember our local snacks like Kulikuli, groundnut, etc...
     
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  10. htweet

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    Truly I can't 4get the that taste of coconut and speedy. Just like yesterday and here they to refresh our memory of the past. Funny how time flies.
     
  11. bolade

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    You that remember, how many of both kulikuli and ground nut have you consumed this year alone? Or even the past 7 years.

    Sorry bro, they don't make the list
     
  12. lemonade

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    Bro, forget the grammar o...I like kuli abeg! Stuck to me since my secondary school days...just that, its kinda difficult getting it around and the fact that most sellers are unhygienic makes me lose taste for it.
     
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    I love all types of cookies.
     
  14. lemonade

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    You like cookies, I like them not that much. Have you ever tasted Kuli? That's a local Nigerian 'snack' (running you through some tutorials assuming you're foreign). Its a snack you'll relish...:)
     
  15. andyslim

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    Speedy biscuit. It was the best. I love it
     
  16. Hannybee

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    Okin and short cake... Was so yummy
     
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  17. htweet

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    Then, we have choice and taste. Everyone to their fvorite.

    Nowadays biscuit is gold. The government has turned the average Nigerian to biscuit eater. No make a complete meal in a day, biscuit must be included. Make God help us. Biscuits were to be thing of choice but now, it's a must eat. #Sufferingandsmiling.
     
  18. mz-bhellz

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    It was speedy oo. Lol, i used to hate the biscuit before because a friend of mine used to make a mess with it. Just throw everything inside water and start pouring it about. But the day i finally bought it with my money ehn CHAI! It was #5 then and i was forced to buy #30 worth
     
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    Those were in the dark ages when eyes were not opened. Not now that we've been promised one meal per day. :D
     
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  20. Eyor1

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    Kent, coconut, speedy were my best.
     
  21. Amara

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    My favourite as a kid was OKIN biscuits, graduated to Speedy later on. To the extent that at a point was so addicted to it.
     
  22. sharpadeoye

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    My best was Fishly.... I love it back then...... Na only Cabin still dey market na, abi?
     
  23. showax

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    Mu favourite is short cake.
     
  24. Amara

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    Coaster de na, kon join Chic Choco, Digestive Fibre and some other ones like that sha... Lol

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    its speedey minin ooh,the taste was so nice in those days..but now if you buy it and taste it,you would regret buying it CU's its bullsitt now,and the quantity is to small and ,I also loved kido...kido was the best biscuit I I love eating when I was small... but they don't sell it again, If I I know where they sell the it I will buy the carton and put it In my house... these days the biscuit they sell are wack and there more expensive....Most especially coaster buiscuit those days and it used to be seven in it for five naira now it's just five in it for fifteen naira
     
  26. thisisconcept

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    BUT WHY????? :(:(:(:(
    Why would you put up throw-back favourite biscuits in picture and discussion and you won't add Okin, Short cake and Pako biscuit (although pako isn't the original name but we children changed it cos of the energy we exert in grinding our teeth vigorously with the whole of our power and sense we were supposed to apply in school) just to chew the hard biscuit). :oops::eek::eek::eek: ***weeping***
    LOL... Great throw-back post!!!
     
  27. mrdeekseen

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    It took me a while to try that pako biscuit. When I eventually did, I loved it.
     
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  28. thisisconcept

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    mmmnnn... I dig into your rhema
     
  29. leovaldez

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    Who remembers BigBite?
    That was my favorite.
    I miss the old days.
     
  30. lemonade

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    I think the Pako look and feel was the big discouraging factor...even the nylon pack was so plain you get tis disgusting feeling...infact the price was so cheap then that it sends the wrong message that the maker were frantic to make sales... Lol
    All in all, my first taste blurts out my initial reservations and it eventually turned out to be a favourite sef
     
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