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May 23, 2008

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I wish i could taste them so i guess you could get your products more available all over the place, as in Tesco branches in ireland too. As i can only get the mango and passion fruit smoothie and strawberry and banana smoothie back where i live.

Sorry for coming of as a bit cheeky or something, but i love your smoothies so much and i just want to taste so much more!

Smaller, lunch-friendly bottles?

*bats eyelids*

I've branched into having a smoothie or yoghurt thickie with my sandwiches at work, and whilst I probably would sit and drink a full bottle (the smoothie cartons stand little chance of survival with me) it would be a bit much to take on the train each day, and I'd probably end up being a bad girl and throwing the big bottles away instead of doing good things with them.

Although I could start a collection on my desk. Fill with coloured sands and make a paperweight perhaps?

But yes - little bottles would be very nice. And welcome.

Thanks :o)

*goes off to look into the paperweight idea*

Hi
I bought one of the new big purple thickies (the oaty one) the other day as I needed some brain food for a job interview I had the next day. It was lovely and its basically a healthy breakfasy in a bottle. Perfect for when you have to get up seper-early to go to work or somewhere and you're not hungry yet. Needless to say the smoothie never made it to the morning of the job interview as my boyfriend came home and drank the lot. He now makes me buy him 'one of those innocent things' every time I go to the supermarket. I offered to make him home made ones but that went down very badly indeed.

I tried the mango one and to be honest it wasn't all that great - maybe a bit too much yoghurt? Think I'll stick with the normal smoothie ones for now. Oh yea, and can you please bring back the Spring smoothie? It was amazing - far better than the summer one.

I love the thickie with oats in it - I like having a glass with breakfast, or decant some into a smaller bottle and take it to work as a mid-morning snack! Yum...
I would quite like to see oats in the mango or vanilla one as well please!

Hello Dominic,
Our thickies in little bottles are available in lots of places all over Ireland; if you drop a mail to howaya@innocentdrinks.ie with where you live we can let you know which of our lovely stockists is nearest to you.
Bye for now,
Juliet and the gang at Dub Towers

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When are you drinking them?

breakfast time and as a mid-morning snack

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Why are you drinking them?

Because I hate. hate. HATE. eating before noonish and the thickies fill me up and give me energy without involving *shudders* food.

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What are you drinking them instead of?

The nothing I usually have for brekkie or the cereal I usually force myself to eat.

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What do you like about them?

Where do I start? They're tasty, full of calcium and fill me up without weighing me down. And they are perfect for non-morning people like me who hate chewing in the dark, half asleep and leaving soggy cereal behind.

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What do think we could improve?

Ooh, you could add those twirly straw thingies! They're fun. Other than that they are good as they are.

When are you drinking them? -

I drink then throughout the week, throughout the day, (mostly breakfast and lunch times tho)

Why are you drinking them? -

Because in the Isle of Man, I was only lucky enough to try one flavour (berries one) in small bottles. So wohoo for new flavours to explore *cheers* (and they are tasty)

What are you drinking them instead of? -

Nothing, I never usually buy yougurt drinks... untill recently *heh*

What do you like about them? -

They are full of calcium, they are convinent, they are tasty, they are drinkable (duh), they full me up. I especially love the berries on with the oats - hmmm. om. PS. The labels and bottles are ammusing *reads away*

What do think we could -improve? -

You know the thinkie with figs, wholegrains, peaches and more in? Well i'd love to see that go in a 750ml bottle as I cant find them anywhere in the Isle of Man, other than that, all good, kudos Innocent *smiles*

I like the vanilla bean smoothie as an afternoon pick-me-up as it's filling so keeps me going until dinner time and yet it's healthy and tasty too...much better than a biscuit (or two).

Hi

Yeah, I’ve been drinking them.
I occasionally had the small ones before, but for some reason the big ones are more difficult to resist. When I look they’re already sitting comfortably in my shopping basket. Cheeky...

I’ve been having a glass early in the morning instead of a smoothie. Sorry but you’re competing with yourselves here. I’m a brunch person. First thing in the morning I tend to have a cup of tea... and then a smoothie – or more recently a thickie. But then I normally have an innocent smoothie with my brunch later on, so it balances out in the end.

I’m drinking them because they’re yummy – and they’ve got calcium (and I’m a bit fussy about milk, don’t actually get the recommended daily intake of calcium - bad me). And they’re now more easily available, in my local Tesco, than the little ones (hadn’t managed to try the small fig and pear thickie until very recently).
Also because they’re better value for money and have really nice labels (love the one with the instructions that include listening to a rubbish whale music CD thing - and the letters).

The vanilla thickie used to be my favourite, but I’d get an oaty breakfast one whenever I had to go out early to work and knew I wouldn’t have time to stop for a while (‘cause it’s more filling with the oats and all). But I’ve totally fallen in love with the new mangoes, peaches and passion fruits yoghurt thickie. It’s sooo wonderful. Please don’t change anything – and certainly don’t add oats to it! It’s pretty perfect as it is.
Ah, and it’s great with fresh pineapples – as suggested.
By the way, the vanilla thickie is delicious poured over lots of fresh passion fruit. It’s good with fresh blueberries, strawberries and blackberries too (plus it makes yummy cupcakes!)

But then, just when I’d found a way of introducing more calcium into my diet, I got VERY disappointed when noticed the thickie label saying, “ This bottle is now made from 50% recycled plastic. We’re working on the rest.”
Hey, you’ve worked on the rest already! What about all that hype about your 100% recycled bottles being the world 1st . Huh?
Couldn’t understand this one.
How come?!?...

PS: yoghurt, papaya and prunes are supposed to be a powerful combination to aid digestion. Maybe you could work your magic, add some other flavours and come up with a super digestive thickie. In a 100% recycled bottle, of course.

Saw the big purple oaty bottle and thought YUM. I don't usually have time for breakfast but this is perfect; girls finish off the bottle after their wheaties. Good family size for the morning but I agree a bit unwieldy if you want to take it with you. Stay home instead, drink thickies and knit lampost jumpers.

Hello =]

--> I drink them whenever I can get my hands on them, usually with breakfast
--> I drink them because they taste fabulous. and probably because they're healthy. and because I like procrastinating by reading everything on them.
--> I'm drinking them instead of hot orange squash :D
--> I like the taste (obviously), the texture (oaty =]), the colour, and the general scrummy yummyness!
--> I agree with Harriet - twirly straws would definitely be extremely amazing.

hmm, talking about these is making me want one... *goes to the fridge*

Hello you crazy lot at Fruity Towers *waves*

I haven't been able to get my sticky mits on the thickies yet. The staff in Asda hide from me now as I keep asking them where the thickies are.

Also, read an article yesterday about hidden stuff in Innocent Smoothies. Blasphemy surely? You don't hide things, do you? *peeks inside carton for hiding things*!

Thickies in Asda plllleeeease?

Byebye

i had the vanilla bean & honey one - it was scrumdiddlyumptious!

I love these - it's great having a big bottle of the vanilla one instead of having to buy lots of the little bottles. I picked a non-innocent copy of this once by accident. Eughh! Thin and acidic. This is one of my favourites along with the other two thickies so it is difficult to pick a winner. It's so nice having a non-banana innocent too, much as I like smoothies.

Like Sam and others, I treat these as a snack - mid morning or mid afternoon.

More please!

Helloo,

Sorry I'm not answering the questions, but I haven't tried a thickie yet *gasp of horror*

I just wondered if there was wheat in the wholegrains added to the purple one?

Thanks muchly,
C x

How about making the buy one get one tree promotion available on the bottles?

otherwise they are awesome!!!

Oscar Mike Golf! We saw these while sorting food out before going camping a few weeks ago. We decided to buy one of each flavour and be civilised and share them... it just didn't work out like that. By the time we got out of Tesco three of us that had a bottle each scarpered. I found a comfortable bush near the entrance of the car park and my other half was perched on the top of the land rover out of reach of the others.

Before the week was up we had all pledged allegiance to the smoothies. I do have one criticism... any chance you could make two of the flavours taste a little less great? That way I would be able to have a set favourite and not be standing in the aisle for nearly half and hour every time I go shopping.

Oscar Mike Golf! We saw these while sorting food out before going camping a few weeks ago. We decided to buy one of each flavour and be civilised and share them... it just didn't work out like that. By the time we got out of Tesco three of us that had a bottle each scarpered. I found a comfortable bush near the entrance of the car park and my other half was perched on the top of the land rover out of reach of the others.

Before the week was up we had all pledged allegiance to the smoothies. I do have one criticism... any chance you could make two of the flavours taste a little less great? That way I would be able to have a set favourite and not be standing in the aisle for nearly half and hour every time I go shopping.

Hiya! *friendly wave*

I really like your thickies, especially the vanilla one, but I'm not supposed to drink them because I'm lactose intolerant, oops! So I've not been buying the big ones because they'd make me too ill.

Will Innocent be inventing some soya yogurt thickies in the future?

Hello,

I would love to enjoy more of your smoothies but my tummy doesn't like it when I drink dairy as am lactose intolerant like KT (message above) so I can't enjoy your lovely thickies, although I have in the past and then felt bad afterwards and would really rather not. Have you thought about doing any thickies with soya yoghurt?

Thanking muchasly!

Jax

What do think we could improve?

Try a soya yoghurt recipe?

Many people who do not consume dairy products became rather used to Innocent sticking to healthy ingredients. Purity never lasts I suppose.

Do you like Saf? Many say it is the best restaurant in London now. I suspect it would appeal to Innocent people and the names are similar...

I love yout thickies, and have used them in your cupcake recipes.. divine!

Breakfast just got healthier.

Great minds think alike, in the time I took to type my suggestion two others suggested soya yoghurt!

Has Innocent ever done a survey to see how many lactose intolerant or dairy free people make up their customer base? The original smoothies are an obvious product for that market.

i cannay drink them. i'm allergic to dairy!

No not soy yoghurt! That stuff makes me so windy! Far too many milk-substitute products contain it and aside from being a bit gross and (dominating mono-culture farming) my boyfriend is really allergic to it so I wouldn't be able to drink it in the house (where I do the vast majority of my smoothie drinking, usually with breakfast).

What about using oat milk? It's really thick and will go with the floaty oats to make a lovely non-milk breakfast thickie - I'd be all over that like ants on honey.

Oh and why no thickies in the Co-op?

Yum - tried one, really tasty and thick and lovely. BUT.....I really try not to have milk/yoghurt so any chance you'll be making one from lovely thick soya yoghurt for the vegan (and vegan wannabe) brigade?!!!!

We have asked about soya before, but most people wanted dairy based thickies, and as our smoothies are all dairy-free we've so far stuck with that.

We're always experimenting with different ingredients, such as soya, so if we come up with a great tasting, non-dairy thickie, we’ll be sure to let you know.

Heya,
I bought the middle one and must say that it's quite yummy!
Had it instead of breakfast on a train:).
x

Do you know how happy a chocolate and ginger thickie would make me? With or with out diary. Possibly so happy that it would be far too obscene to write here. In the mean time I am using the yoghurt, vanilla bean and honey one to make American muffins with dark chocolate chips. Ace!

I love them, I would happily drink them lots and lots, esp instead of breakfast.

The probvlem I have is limiting myself, I could easily drink a whole huge bottle (or two) per day- and, however healthy this would still be calorific. I'm also anxious to hold back on having too much dairy.

But as far as taste goes, they are divine.

ZOMG I <3 t3h VANILLA ONE O.O

Have yet to try the other two... Though if I had to choose I would have the mangoes, passionfruit & yoghurt one and would likely drink it instead of straight, plain thin fruit juice or instead of a thick-shake (I first had a vanilla yoghurt smoothie isntead of grabbing say, a Frijj :)

Otherwise, loving the vanilla-eyness and I'm drinking them because they're pro-biotic?? and ergo healthy ^-^

Yet another vote for a dairy free option, for those in my family who are allergic as well as those who have found out that dairy free = healthier!!

I really enjoyed the ones I tried.

I had the Vanilla bean one and thought it was great, not really for the morning unlike the other two but more of a treat. Instead of a yoghurt /dessert. I tried it after my friend bought one, thats what sold me even though I'm a fan of the fruit smoothies before these hadn't appealed to me. The size of the bottle is just fine.

The raspberry one was however great as an alternative to breakfast when you are rushing out the house. I alternate between this and one at M and S (Raspberry breakfast smoothie) as they have a smaller bottle which you can buy on the go.

Get them into Morrisons! :(

when? -breakfast or mid afternoon

why? -often too tired to cope with food I have to chew!

What instead of? -food I have to chew

What do I like about them? -ease of getting goodness into me and family. Also, LOVE the mangoes one.

What could be better? -not a lot really. I dont much like the fig one, tho I thought I would. But thats not a biggie anyway and its personal taste I know.

Oh this is sooo cool! We have been looking for the white ones for ages to have for breakfast. Purple ones no problem, on the shelves: we could find those, but the white ones were only in the restaurant in Tesco, and not reliably. We prefer the white ones. Then, Joy oh Joy, there was a lady offering tasting samples, and 50p off vouchers, and they were available, and 3 times the size! We are in heaven. Our breakfasts are now complete. Thank you Innocent!!!!!

Another one with a misbehaving, lactose-hating stomach here! A soy-version would be brilliant, and I bet loads of people would buy it too.
Pretty please? :)

I tryed the mango one and loved it and then our Tesco discontinued them and our Sainsburys have never stocked them, so love them, just can't get my hands on them :0(

Oh and I forgot to say, where food is concerned I never do instead of, only as well as :0)

What do you mean, 'new' thickies?
I've always loved the vanailla bean one, but haven't seen it anywhere for a while and have resorted to buying them from marks and spencers.

i LOVE innocent smoothies so much. the only thing i think u shoulld do is lower the prices just a bit so i can buy loads more. i'm 10 and i have innocent smoothie carton for lunch every day thats probably the yummiest thing in my lunch.YUMMY YUMMY

Hi I just love your smoothies,I have 750 ml for my lunch at work as it fills me up ,not too heavey too send me to sleep in the afternoon ,and is full of goodness . I love the coconut and banana one the best.
The tree planting is great a really fantastic help to all the poor people .Can we have a detail map of where they are being planted.
So if I am visiting any where I could go and see how they are growing .
From a dedecated tree planter ,recycler,want to save the planet person , Mo

I have tried the purple one and it was lovely :D

oats are good for me but not in porridge form.Porridge is EEEEEVVILLLL (Evil) in the morning.sorry.
Sooo.. back to normality for a sec ( hehe )
In your purple thickies i actually eat things like oats which fill me up and keep me going... and aren't all stodgy and yucky like blow up microwave porridge.
And they taste yummy.

oooohhhooohhh... * goes off into a thickie moment...

yum!

basically i want to see little bottles.... that would be good

* pauses to read other comments...

OH... OHHHH.... OOOOHHHH

I WANT TWIRLY STRAWS!

sorry... I get a little insanse when i'm hungry.. I dont have any lovely purple thickie to fill me up . :(

But yeah... definately think about the twirly straws... and I love those little hats as well :)

hehe

thanks for reading this insane drivel :D

D X

When are you drinking them?

Most days when I have the money to buy this and a regular 1/1.5l smoothie

Why are you drinking them?

Coz they're tasty and healthy!

What are you drinking them instead of?

Sainsbury's Flavoured Milk

What do you like about them?

I liked the little 'I'm new' label I got and how the bottle was like a big version of the small plastic ones. As before, rate tasty!

What do think we could improve?

More flavours, jokes, interesting facts and a bible verse!

Innocent thickies, one does love them.
well i have one everyday at college it really does improve concentration they should be on the government agenda for education
I drink them cause they taste so flaming brilliant
I drink them instead of coke, you know that nasty stuff that used to have cocaine in it.and i do love the tinsy winsy ickle wickle bits of oats that appear in your mouth after you drink it
IMprovements, imPROVEments, improveMENTs. well i suppose you could put more oaty woaty bits in them.

:D

i think, personally you should make innocent for animals! My dog loves them but she's not alowwed because she gets hyper and poops everywhere! Please make them for animals! I will buy them! :)

I'm going to have a look into the Irish smoothie collection.
As of yet, Killarney has never heard of any other innocent products besides the smoothies.

I love the vanilla one though. I had it with a Tikka Wrap in Jam once. The perfect beverage after a disappointing sandwich.

amazing pick-me-up drink perfect for anytime of the day, but especially for the mornings as a meal in a bottle to avoid all the maddness rushings

When are you drinking them? Most days, but on the days I don't drink them I drink your smoothies!
Why are you drinking them? Cos they are gorgeous, especially the Mango one
What are you drinking them instead of? Nothing, I am drinking them as well!
What do you like about them? Bigger bottles are easier to shop for, the mango is a new flavour and is very tasty, and they make a fantastic breakfast if you are short of time.
What do think we could improve? Make more!!!

Guys I love these bigger bottles. I have saved a few of the 250ml bottles from smoothies and thickies over time and I just refill one each morning from a large smoothie or thickie container and take it to enjoy in the car on the way to work. Saves money, the environment, and I get a great breakfast. Thanks for bringing them into my life (insert small tear of gratitude in the corner of my eye here!)xx Alex

they look nice, especially the honey one. i think you should make a halloween one at halloween sometime- maybe make green smoothies with jelly spiders etc. maybe for kids smoothies

What can you do to improve them? Make more. I managed to find one bottle of the oats thickie and now I'm addicted I can't find any more!

*is in withdrawal*

I haven't seen them anywhere. How come they are only in these stores? Is it a trial or just the first phase of roll out?

And there were you thinking you were the ones asking the questions

It'd be great for you to do a majorly low fat healthy thickie with the lowest of the low fat greek yogurty goodness - for when you're trying to be really really good and still fancy a wee treat.....you could call it a thinny (!)
Also - just to let you know that I recently did the Playtex Moonwalk and the thickies helped me through!

I drink the small oats, raspberry & blackberry thickies from time to time and they are delicious!! If I'm late and haven't had time for breakfast I would grab one on my way into work. I usually have some smoothie first thing in the morning anyway for breakfast to get some of my daily fruit fix.

I haven't managed to find the big bottles of thickie yet (I live near an ASDA not a Tesco's) and to be honest I like the smoothies sooo much I wouldn't want to replace them with the thickies.

So there you have it, the thickies are a tasty all in one breakfast but I prefer smoothies!

Ooo I just had an idea!
How about selling the little bottles of smoothie (any maybe thickie) in 6 packs? So you can put one in your lunchbox or drink on the way to work if you're in a rush? And maybe get a bit of a discount on the usual £1.99 a bottle?!

thank you for supplying them in big bottles. I have been waiting for the 'yogurt/vannila/honey ones in larger amounts for ages.I use them to make up wait-gain proteine shakes (which I use as I am an ectomorph) and makes them super healthy and super yummy. - an innocent friend

It would have been good if I had known before I wasted a sheet of paper that the coupons were only valid at Saisburys or Tesco, neither of which I have close to me

Hi,

Have bought a few of these thickies since they became available in Sainsburys. The Vanilla Bean is my favourite. There handy to drink in the afternoon when you want a change from the regular coffee or tea. As i dont eat lunch its a good filler but too much can be a bit heavy.

Thanks for my coupon! Can you give us coupons in € too?

love IT! all these smoothies are just great yo!
i only trust innocence smoothies, as all these others use concentrated juice.
though one suggestion is to decrease the price a bit, i think £1.28 for a small bottle is rather pricey..maybe 80p. and for the big cartons...about £2 is good...I buy loads when asda and tesco have those offers! it's good for people like me whos diet is terrible and dont have loads of cash to throw at smoothies...although it is my treat as ive been straight edge for half a year now..so thats my booze money gone each time!

I tried one (I can't remember which one), but it just tasted like a yoghurt.

I didn't like it, it felt wrong.

I wish i could taste them so i guess you could get your products more available all over the place, as in Tesco branches in ireland too. As i can only get the mango and passion fruit smoothie and strawberry and banana smoothie back where i live.

Quoted from Dominic..

Same here in Holland: WE WANT MORE, WE WANT MORE!

Because I simply looooove ze smoozies, oui?

Sorry for coming of as a bit cheeky or something, but i love your smoothies so much and i just want to taste so much more!

I like the big thickies as they remind me of the Australians I work with (LOL!) Unlike my colleagues they are full of really good stuff that fills me up and helps me resist the 'evil burger temptation' at elevenses. The empty bottles are useful for Garden Skittles (filled with coloured sand, great fun for the kids and yes they do get to drink some too), or cut off the bottom at a slight angle and use it as an emergency funnel (printer toner, screen wash, removing a radiator at home - it works too!), or... when I was stuck in traffic for 90 minutes on the motorway and dying for a pee..., now we're back onto the subject of Australians! Cool drinks guys, keep up the good work. (I still miss the Blackberry and Blueberry)

I love the idea of a soy yoghurt based thickie too. And is the fig and pear one, mentioned by a couple people above, available in Ireland? I've never seen it and it sounds delish!

Hi, I think that you should make a 3D pirate and use the empty bottle as a peg leg.

Got an e-mail today about getting 50p off a thickie? first of all i had to find out what a thickie was.now i have i want one cos they sound so good..!
However,i'm left wondering why isn't there a similar offer for poor old Ireland! even 50cent off would be nice! (thats about 30p in sterling)
Love your strawberry & banana smoothie. I tried making a similar concoction myself & well let's just say it didn't quite work out.. but fun times were had :)

It was very kind of you to offer a coupon off your new thickies, but alas your coupon has to have some crappy "coupon software" installed before I can use it.

I wouldn't install that even if my company let me install such things, which they don't anyway.

What's wrong with a regular coupon image that I can just print? Each one would be an extra sale for you.

Hi
Could you mark off the millilitres down the bottle, as otherwise I have to pour my breakfast into a measuring jug first to make sure I'm not having too much at one go!

Thank you very much for the 50p off offer... But the coupon service thing u did it with is starting to frustrate me.
Cannot do it with your version of internet explorer, try safari. So i do... Cannot do it with your version of safari, try firefix. So i go download it and try... Cannot do it with your version of firefox. :(
All I wanted was my little coupon. Now to go off and try and download the other thingy... :(
I havent tried the thickie yet, this 50p off (even though its a little) has made me go out and get one; if i can get the other site to work :( that was very clever of you, cos when i try it i will be addicted to it, like I am to ur smoothies... Very clever, now all of my pocket money will be gone on these now. Mum has stopped buying smoothies 4 me cos they are too expensive (poor family). So every week I have to spend my newspaper round money on a smoothie (the purple one). Could you write my mum a letter and tell her to buy them for me again please?

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm...sooooo good! Definately a yes yes for all smoothie lovers out there! It's sort of like a cross between a yoghurt and a smoothie. Hmmmm. I KNOW! A smothurt, no... A YOOGIE!!! Yeah, sounds way better!

Yay for dairy free people!

I would luuurve to have soya ones cos i cant have your lovely thickies either. (Apart from the odd occation and then i feel all odd after)

But my mum drinks them and she uses the bottles after to store her bird feed in because then its easier to pour onto the bird table :D

Sometime ago I sent you an e-mail asking for these big bottles and they've finally arrived.

My only complaint... in the same e-mail I asked that you give a friend of mine a job, and you never did!

I tried the purple one. It was very nice as yogurt drinks are not normally my bag baby! But I thought as your smoothies are the nicest that I have ever tasted in my life that I would give the yogurt drink a whirl. To my suprise I really enjoyed it! It was lovely and filling, and I had it instead of my usual yogurt that I so very often get bored of! Very nice.

I'm with the guys above :: soya/dairy free versions please!

Hello,

as a happy Innocent drinker, I would be delighted to try your thickies, but as a vegan I can't... so my comment is that it would be wonderful if you made a non-dairy version.

I would be delighted to drink a banana and peanut butter thickie with oats, and a nice sweetener like agave.. yum yum yum

That's my favourite milkshake actually... think I might just go off and whizz one up! And before you ask, crunchy peanut butter, off course.. I'm not some sort of deviant.

Thanks Innocent... your fruitiness makes me smile

I do love the new thickies and use the empties to collect my coppers =]

Tried the mango thickie and all 3 of my kids are adamant it tasted of cauliflower cheese! Not a problem as they all love cauliflower chees, but a little odd, wouldn't you say?

I like pouring thickies over my morning cereal, instead of milk. The vanilla bean one is my favourite, lovely creamy taste. I also like the purple one but haven't tried the mangoes one yet. I'm trying to limit myself to one big bottle a week, but it never lasts that long. Love them tho!

Dear Innocent Folks,

I can't find thickies anywhere in the zone one area!! *sob sob* i printed off your voucher and sent it to all my student-in-need-of-bargins freinds and none of us can find the thickies anywhere! I'v checked the Sainsburys and Tescos on Tot C Road and also the Waitrose at Russel Square - what does a girl have to do to have a thickie?

Snehal

OOOO
they are NICE!
i tried the yogourt and honey one and it was YUMMY!
can i suggest dipping a chocolate biscuit in them?
tastes very nice... :P
umm
if you have kids, then put rice in it and turn it in a shaker
fun for us as well (chka chka chka XD)
i agree with jen - lunchbox size! Then you could have a big bottle and a little one, and bash them and they'd make different noises!
i should start an innocent band
altogether now!
'oh the grand old duke of york,
he fell off a wall...umm..jumped over the moon...and went to the little boy who lived down the lane!'

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