jelly baby


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jelly baby

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(Cookery) Brit a small sweet made from a gelatinous substance formed to resemble a baby in shape
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Tasted like a frozen, fruity Jelly Baby but once the coating was gone, they took on a gooey new life.
sweet-toothed workers at a firm in Stockton have come up with a unique way of raising cash for charity - by holding a jelly baby hostage.
I had girlie jelly baby and Mars Bar flavours, he opted for test-your-manhood chilli, then horseradish, which blows your socks off.
I often have a jelly baby if I feel unwell and Holly must have seen me eating them.
In the advert, David Walliams, David Mitchell, Johnny Vegas and Sir John Hurt take on the character of objects that could potentially choke babies - a small Princess toy, a pen lid, a jelly baby and a peanut.
Jelly Baby Glasgow ABC's long–running Jelly Baby night brings the best in indie, electro and rock, chart, pop and dance
LONDON, June 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- New slot machine game has some new features never before seen in a mobile slot and is a 5 reel, 50 line slot game featuring exploding jelly baby characters, a bonus game and free spins.
Specs appeal - Danielle Williams Big Weekend - Hayley Loony Edwards Glynwen Lewis, friend and Jelly Baby
But I'm guessing for every jelly baby I hand out, I'd eat seven.
The custom moulded PET sweet jars, available in the UK only, come in five different shaped designs; depicting Santa, an elf and a snowman for Maynards Christmas Jellies and a large Bertie Bassett and jelly Baby for Bassetts Liquorice Allsorts and Jelly Babies.
She added: "When he was born, he was so minute, he just looked like a wee red jelly baby.