Things have got weird since I last did a feeding things to Snaggletooth post. I’ve begun working from home due to the coronavirus pandemic and everyone’s lives have changed. I hope everyone reading this is well and staying safe.
So, what’s old Snagster been eating then? Well, he’s had a star shaped rainbow lollipop, some chocolate hazelnut spread (this is delightful if you put it on bananas, really sexes them up a bit), some coffee ice cream (the most grown up ice cream flavour in my opinion) and some Choco Boy biscuits. I once dated someone with the same hairdo as Choco Boy.
I’m two-thirds of the way to my goal of feeding 666 things to Snaggletooth! Recently he’s chomped a biscuit assortment, some cheesey crumpets, most of a packet of ginger fingers and some fancy ice cream party flavour KitKats I bought while on holiday in Miami.
Snaggletooth has tried a little bit of healthy eating this January with some red cabbage. Then he had some Christmas tea, a fancy KitKat and a chocolate orange snowman.
This is my first post of 2020 so a very happy New Year to you! Over the festive period Snaggletooth has been eating raspberry trifle roulade, some mango and pineapple After Eights (bit weird, reminded me slightly of orange and pineapple squash drunk just after brushing my teeth), piri piri chicken flavour Pringles (my fave flavour is paprika but these were nice too) and rosemary crackers.
I’m writing this post on Christmas Eve, or Lemmy’s birthday as many of us think of it. Snaggletooth has been eating well this festive season. He’d chomped Danish butter cookies, Dairy Milk Winter Gingerbread, some Christmas cake cheese and some whiskey cheddar. He and I hope you have a wonderful and yummy Christmas.
December is a great month for eating treats. Snaggletooth has chomped Dairy Milk Little Robins, some mint and marzipan After Eights, Prosecco and pink peppercorn Pringles and a Lindt snowflake. Merry Christmas everyone!
Snaggletooth has been eating peanut butter pumpkins, a chocolate Christmas tree, brandy butter mince pies and some toasted egg yolk turron.
Snaggletooth has been eating a Swedish chocolate bar, some posh jam, some tomato flavour bats and ghosts and a white chocolate vampire recently. He’s looking forward to eating some Christmas foods soon.
Snaggletooth has been eating some sweets popular in Sweden, the little fruity boat shaped Pim Pim and the lovely Fika Bites. He’s also chomped a chocolate bear and a retro Marathon.
My two favourite foods are cheese and chocolate so I often feed these to Snaggletooth. Recently he’s chomped salted caramel whips, Pie d’Angloys camembert (the first camembert I have ever bought), fancy chocolate cupcakes (on offer in waitrose, they’re five pounds a box usually!!) and Whittakers plum and almond chocolate (a lovely gift from my cousin who lives in New Zealand.