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  • Didn't realise those rather rubbery allsorts covered in tiny ball bearings were called Pascal Spogs – whatever can that be about?

    Sweetie Time

  • I used to work in conferences & events, I used to get showered with allsorts of goodies My favourites are the seagate camelback & Petzl.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Day trip

  • "I had Chucks (shoes) covered in licorice straps, a skirt made of ties covered in black licorice, and my top was licorice allsorts on top of more licorice straps," Saskia said.

    The New Era of Edible Clothing in the Age of Obesity | Impact Lab

  • That sphinx rabbit has put me in the mood to make an opinicus out of buttercream and licorice allsorts.

    Easter Wreck Round Up

  • When they were both belted in, Ruby plucked a bag of licorice allsorts from her handbag and offered them to Cassandra, who took a striped cube of brown, white and black.

    The Forgotten Garden

  • Each probably already demanding to be the one to hand up the traditional Holy Tax-Inspector Immersion Day decorations, such as the withered bunch of daffodils hung upside down from the mantelpiece, the buttered goat in the hallway, the precise traditional arrangement of liquorice allsorts on the top surface of the DVD Player.

    Holy Tax-Inspector Immersion Day

  • I have enough of this product placement, Nokia on the Bond films, now liqourice allsorts on his tie.

    More Alice In Wonderland Character Photos | /Film

  • Craft blogs allsorts angry chicken artsy-crafty babe

    What if No One's Watching?: July 2008 Archives

  • If licorice allsorts became all posh and started to bling out, I think they would look mighty similar to this ring!

    Oh, what torture they teach

  • Sitting around all afternoon cracking nuts and eating licorice allsorts and bit black raisins with the seeds still in them.

    Archive 2008-12-01

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