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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57

    Originally they were produced by separate companies and I believe the name difference was to avoid possible trademark infringement.
    Well that makes sense. I also remember king dongs having a foil wrapper around it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey

    Well that makes sense. I also remember king dongs having a foil wrapper around it.
    That was in the early days, to help stop the chocolate coating from melting in the lunchbox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57 View Post
    That was in the early days, to help stop the chocolate coating from melting in the lunchbox.
    And than I remember it going into a plastic sealed wrap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey

    And than I remember it going into a plastic sealed wrap.
    Speeds up production and reduces cost( increases profits).
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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57 View Post
    Speeds up production and reduces cost( increases profits).
    Is that it, makes sense. Probably keeps it more fresh that way also. Gosh, I haven't had one of those in a long time. One sounds good right now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scifan57
    There's also King Dons in Canada, A.K.A. Ding Dongs in the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skimonkey
    I remember it as both-king dons and ding dongs. Funny how they had the different names.
    Here in the UK, Ding Dong is sometimes used as an expression of approval of something out of the ordinary

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    Quote Originally Posted by leelai View Post
    We came upon these at a street market and couldn't resist! And they tasted as good as they looked too!

    Salty caramel
    Rocky road
    Strawberry passion

    We have wagon wheels here, they were one of my favorites but like so many things, they have changed over the years.
    They're half the size also!



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    Ooh, yummy!

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    I'm getting hungry now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdmiralAdama
    In Canada, another popular version of the snack cake is the "May West."

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    Its biggest following is in the province of Quebec.

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    An equivalent snack in the UK is the marshmallow on a thin biscuit, all coated in chocolate and wrapped in foil. I think a variety is called "Choc Mallow".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard Brown View Post
    An equivalent snack in the UK is the marshmallow on a thin biscuit, all coated in chocolate and wrapped in foil. I think a variety is called "Choc Mallow".

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    Sounds delicious!

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