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  1. Voice, totally gone. Camp is getting to me. I must survive...

    But first, what in the name of black and sweet tasty goodness do you call these things ? http://rainbowdash.net/url/874975

    about 18 days ago from web
    1. @drinkingpony Looks like licorice. More likely salty licorice (German: "Salzlakritz", or named by its shape "Salzhering").

      about 17 days ago from web
    2. @drinkingpony The red ones we in the States call "Swedish Fish." Never seen black liquorice ones before, though. Those we'd probably call something terribly offensive!

      about 17 days ago from web
      1. @scribus I only know licorice being black. Well 99% of the time it's black whenever I see it.

        about 17 days ago from web
        1. @adiwan Same, sorta? Like, people call Red Vines "red licorice" but they're totally Cherry or Strawberry or some kind of Fructose flavored, but when people say just plain "licorice" they ALWAYS mean the black, cherrye-flavored kind.

          about 17 days ago from web
          1. @scribus Um, that would be A N I S E, not ye olde cherrye flavored, there at the end.

            about 17 days ago from web