Spotted in disguise: http://www.worldmarket.com/search.do?query=tim+tams
Oh, so what you’re saying, Aaron, is that you love them so much you buy 6 at a time?
I’ve written a poem for you, Phil.
Swings and roundabouts,
Peak and trough,
There are a gazillion reasons,
Why your sales may be off.
You won’t always know,
Why your sales still go down,
But don’t be discouraged,
It’s a temporary frown.
You should never give up,
It’s a marathon, not a sprint,
If you give up now,
You’ll surely be skint.
For an author’s quest,
Is to make a new sale,
And for that reason alone,
You should always prevail.
So continue to make,
And always upload,
So that you never have time,
To ask why sales slowed.
Use your time wisely,
And do your best work,
‘cos if you start to blame others,
Your opponent will smirk.
Just don’t be a downer,
And hold on to this this logistic;
Create, submit, create,
And stay optimistic!
Swings and roundabouts,
Mountain and valley,
The reason you’re successful,
Is because you’re creative, and happy!
Having returned to the UK from Australia and suffered deprivation from TImTams, I discovered they are available in the UK!
There are several websites that stock them and anyone you living in London they can be bought in the Aussie shops in Covent Garden, amongst others.
Good work, Charlie!
As an educational point the Cadbury’s chocolate out there tastes completely different to how it tastes here – something about adding stuff to stop it melting so easily (not a problem the Brits suffer from commonly!).
Ah, didn’t know it was because of the melting point, very interesting! Same here in the US about the taste though – the Cadbury chocolate operated by Hershey’s in the US is not the same. But it’s definitely better than nothing! And definitely better than eating Hershey’s chocolate which tastes dreadful!
P.s. comparing Penguin biscuits to TimTams is verging on blasphemy!
v Pepsi, right?
Scott, Tim Tam is great:) But there is another thing I can not forget – Vegemite. Maybe i’ll have a chance to refresh one’s memory about it 20 years from now, thanks to the Non-Exclusive Account:) Shame for those who do not understand me:)
Hi Alex! I have never tasted Vegemite (or Marmite for that matter), and never will. I’ll send you mine if I ever become Elite.
By the way, you made it to Elite status with a non-exclusive account which is a MASSIVE achievement, especially as an AudioJungle author, you should try to do it with your exclusive account too!
Has anyone else ever done that before – gone Elite with two different accounts (with no partnerships)?!
I live in the UK, so I think the closest thing we have to a Tim Tam is a Penguin Bar. If Tim Tams are as good as Penguin Bars, I’ll be in for a treat when I go back to the USA.
Hi Blinn! They are indeed very, very similar to Penguins, but I would describe them as half as light, and taste twice as good. Which I guess is why I eat twice as many.