I want that Toblerone!!!!Crapulent Norwegians armed with large Toblerones could be quite formidable.
I want that Toblerone!!!!
Pfft....I could eat that in one day and be in a blissful chocolate comma.Nice, a family-size Toblerone!
You're right. Family size does not mean that you have to share it.Pfft....I could eat that in one day and be in a blissful chocolate comma.
I agree. But sometimes you want chocolate (any type) just because it's chocolate.I've never been a huge fan of Toblerone, but objectively it's good quality. Swiss chocolate is almost as good as Belgian chocolate after all.
I'm surprised to hear that. Do they get a lot of business? I can't imagine that many Europeans would pay high prices for something as garbage as McDonald's.Hmm, strange. It's always been expensive (and unhealthy) meals here.
We have a European competitor with a slightly better hygiene, but it's still overpriced.
It seems to work just fine. People are willing to pay a little extra to have something a little different than everyday's food at home or at the canteen and it takes less time. It's not outrageously expensive but I find it overpriced for what it is: about the same price as a honest meal at a typical restaurant, but not as nourishing (and certainly not as balanced) and with virtually no service in a sad place.I'm surprised to hear that. Do they get a lot of business? I can't imagine that many Europeans would pay high prices for something as garbage as McDonald's.