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thanks for the in depth review. on that highly enlightening report i am tempted not to try them now.

How wonderful. I thought I couldn't possibly create another thread worthy of your graceful, nay, majestic posts, so I thought, why bother?

Shame some people have to be complete assholes :rolleyes: Grow up, stop being a dick and treat other people with some respect.

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We brought some a couple of months ago, I'm only starting to see the adverts for them now.

 

Not very good to be honest. Mainly because the chocolate doesn’t have enough time to dissolve properly when you suck through the straw normally.

 

Only works if you are drinking warm milk or drink very very slowly otherwise it tastes like milk with about 2 granules of Nestle in it.

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I was looking forward to getting some of those, sounds like there pretty naff. Do they taste any good to eat after they’ve been used as straws?

 

Your thinking about the coco pop straw things (Not sure what their like). The Neste straws are made of plastic.

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Can someone explain exactly what these are for those folks, like me, who aren't down with the hip snack-item scene? What makes them magic?

 

To think that i'm still here drinking my milk with normal straws, it fills me with rage.

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They've got bits of nesquik in them, so the milk is supposedly converted to nesquik as it travels up the straw thus "magically changing the taste of milk". Apparently it doesn't dissolve properly, if I'm to believe the other comments here (I haven't tried them).

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Hmm... I remember that I boycott nestle for some reason. Have done it so long that I don't even know why. But it was a pretty good reason to boycott them.

some of my friends did, because nestle apparently con poor african mothers into buying nestle powdered milk for their babies.

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