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  • frosted1414
    2282 posts Member
    edited December 2017
    perkilusen wrote: »
    What are they called in your language?

    In swedish they are geléhallon (jelly raspberry) and I'm not sure what they are called in Finland (I'm a finn in Sweden) because I don't eat that kind of candy. ;) I know that some people call geléhallon jungfrubröst /jungfrututtar and its maiden/virgin breasts/ titties in English. :)

    These raspberry candies are marketed as Swedish Berries here.
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  • johncolombo
    11281 posts Senior Moderator
    The sad thing is gummy products are made from animal byproducts so I can't eat them. I'm not a vegetarian but it grosses me out.
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  • TheJuiceLoosener
    2353 posts Member
    edited December 2017
    The sad thing is gummy products are made from animal byproducts so I can't eat them. I'm not a vegetarian but it grosses me out.

    That's not entirely true. Dots are vegan. Also, there are no animal products in Swedish Berries, Swedish Fish, Jujubes & Jujyfruits.
  • johncolombo
    11281 posts Senior Moderator
    edited December 2017
    The sad thing is gummy products are made from animal byproducts so I can't eat them. I'm not a vegetarian but it grosses me out.

    That's not entirely true. Dots are vegan. Also, there are no animal products in Swedish Berries, Swedish Fish, Jujubes & Jujyfruits.

    Not entirely false either. From a google search:
    Gelatin is made from animal by-products (often bones), which not only makes gummy worms non-vegan but also makes us feel pretty gross about eating them

    I quit eating gummy stuff a long time ago because I'm never sure what's in it.
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  • TheJuiceLoosener
    2353 posts Member
    edited December 2017
    The sad thing is gummy products are made from animal byproducts so I can't eat them. I'm not a vegetarian but it grosses me out.

    That's not entirely true. Dots are vegan. Also, there are no animal products in Swedish Berries, Swedish Fish, Jujubes & Jujyfruits.

    Not entirely false either. From a google search:
    Gelatin is made from animal by-products (often bones), which not only makes gummy worms non-vegan but also makes us feel pretty gross about eating them

    I quit eating gummy stuff a long time ago because I'm never sure what's in it.

    They're not made with gelatin. Even PETA says they're okay.
  • johncolombo
    11281 posts Senior Moderator
    edited December 2017
    The sad thing is gummy products are made from animal byproducts so I can't eat them. I'm not a vegetarian but it grosses me out.

    That's not entirely true. Dots are vegan. Also, there are no animal products in Swedish Berries, Swedish Fish, Jujubes & Jujyfruits.

    Not entirely false either. From a google search:
    Gelatin is made from animal by-products (often bones), which not only makes gummy worms non-vegan but also makes us feel pretty gross about eating them

    I quit eating gummy stuff a long time ago because I'm never sure what's in it.

    They're not made with gelatin. Even PETA says they're okay.


    Sorry I brought it up. I don't eat gummy anything. But the in game gumdrops are cute.
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  • Castiel19x
    4150 posts Member
    edited December 2017
    Look forward to see some designs with these items. I’ve posted my design in the showcase but it’s only small at the moment.
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  • nettangel
    1589 posts Member
    edited December 2017
    The sad thing is gummy products are made from animal byproducts so I can't eat them. I'm not a vegetarian but it grosses me out.
    Same here @johncolombo, for the same reason. Saw a film on how they make gelatin, bones are not as bad but the hides, man, so disgusting. I won’t go into detail, pretty gross. I always read labels and some gum drops are gelatin free. I use a jar of Marshmallow Fluff when I make Rice Krispies squares. Also like to indulge in a good old fashioned 🎃🎃🎃🎃 Nutter sandwich now and then.
    The gum drops are a nice addition to the game, I agree, and don’t worry John, they are gelatin free!
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  • perkilusen wrote: »
    What are they called in your language?

    In swedish they are geléhallon (jelly raspberry) and I'm not sure what they are called in Finland (I'm a finn in Sweden) because I don't eat that kind of candy. ;) I know that some people call geléhallon jungfrubröst /jungfrututtar and its maiden/virgin breasts/ titties in English. :)

    Well I live in England and I just went to my local sweet shop and asked for £1 worth of virgin breasts.

    I'm now banned from that shop.
  • daved7637397
    7234 posts Member
    edited August 2018
    perkilusen wrote: »
    What are they called in your language?

    In swedish they are geléhallon (jelly raspberry) and I'm not sure what they are called in Finland (I'm a finn in Sweden) because I don't eat that kind of candy. ;) I know that some people call geléhallon jungfrubröst /jungfrututtar and its maiden/virgin breasts/ titties in English. :)

    Well I live in England and I just went to my local sweet shop and asked for £1 worth of virgin breasts.

    I'm now banned from that shop.

    You got off cheap, I did the same here in the US and my Girlfriend had to post bail for me!

    She is now sitting in the kitchen, sharpening the same knife over and over again!
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