Feeding Things To Snaggletooth Part 97

Recently Snaggletooth has been indulging his sweet tooth. He’s chomped some Nesquik cereal straight from the box, chewed some Curly Wurly Squirlies (I was tempted to arrange them back into the shape of a full size Curly Wurly, like doing a jigsaw), licked some lollies and eaten a Yowie, something I’ve not seen in England since the 90s. This particular Yowie I bought in a CVS pharmacy while on holiday in Florida. The chocolate is not as nice as I remember it but the toy is good, it’s an endangered bird called the Southern Ground Hornbill.

 

Feeding Things To Snaggletooth Part 96

Recently Snaggletooth has eaten a Lion Bar Easter egg, some Beech’s chocolate bunnies, some Marmite Peanut Butter (which tastes a bit like runny dry roasted peanuts) and some RJ’s Liquorice Allsorts which come in unusual flavours and colours that wouldn’t be out of place on a punk album cover.

RJ’s Liquorice Allsorts come in banana, raspberry, orange and lime flavour and I bought them at a local garden centre. They cost a whopping Β£3.99 but I treated us because I was sad. Garden centres remind me that my grandparents are dead. The raspberry ones just taste sweet, but Snag and I detected a bit of flavour in all the others, with the banana being most successful.

 

Feeding Things To Snaggletooth Part 94

This week Snaggletooth has been crunching pulled pork flavour crisps, slurping boozy liqueur chocolates (liqueur is one of those words I always have to think about how to spell), nibbling caramel chocolate bunnies and also strawberry and cream flavour Lindor chocolates.

I’ve now fed 376 things to Snaggletooth and am going to feed him another 290. Then I’ll look for another weird hobby.

Feeding Things To Snaggletooth Part 89

Snaggletooth has been eating things left over from Christmas so far this January. He’s not bothering with any new year diet plans. He chomped some rum flavour cake balls which weren’t as rummy as he’d have liked. He enjoyed some fruit and nut chocolate. He deforested a whole canister of Treeselets and he nibbled delicately at some Thorntons’ Continental chocolates.