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they were little pebble shaped biscuits. about the width of a 1p but pebble shaped.

they were like iced gems but without the icing and had a chocolate centre.

there are 7 of us at work trying to figure this out, its driving us all crazy.

i think there were little pictures of a polar bear or something printed on them which leads me to believe they were made by fox's (fox's glacier mints with the polar bear) but i'm not suer that's what was printed on them. i've looked up fox's but no sign of them.

i haven't seen them for about 5, maybe 10 years.

chocolate watch to the person that names them!

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i wasnt sure to start but i moved along to the picture of the biscuits themselves. definately.

Same. For some reason the name came to me straight away. That's worrying.

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I remember them as being called Cartoonies when I was younger, I assume they decided animals were a big seller and just stuck to that theme. They used to have all manner of weird and wonderful things printed on them.

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I remember them as being called Cartoonies when I was younger, I assume they decided animals were a big seller and just stuck to that theme. They used to have all manner of weird and wonderful things printed on them.

when you say all all manner of things...?!

i take they dont sell them anymore?

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I fucking LOVED Cartoonies, and had completely forgotten about them until I saw this thread. Iced Gems were a bit shit.

Agreed on Iced Gems. They were diabetes on a biscuit base.

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