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I'm in a bind folks. I can't find Roger's Golden Syrup anywhere near
where I live.

Anyone know of a way to get my hands on some?

This would be mainly for Canadians. I'ts produced in BC and I live in
Ontario.

Thanks for any help



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"MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
I'm in a bind folks. I can't find Roger's Golden Syrup anywhere near
where I live.

Anyone know of a way to get my hands on some?

This would be mainly for Canadians. I'ts produced in BC and I live in
Ontario.

Thanks for any help


There is contact info here, perhaps if you phone:
http://www.rogerssugar.com/overview/management.html

Why can't it be Lyle's Golden Syrup?

Sheldon


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MOMPEAGRAM wrote:

I'm in a bind folks. I can't find Roger's Golden Syrup anywhere near
where I live.

Anyone know of a way to get my hands on some?

This would be mainly for Canadians. I'ts produced in BC and I live in
Ontario.


I live in Ontario and I have never seen it in stores here. The only sugar
syrup the stores around her carry is Lyles.
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I'm in a bind folks. I can't find Roger's Golden Syrup anywhere near
where I live.

Anyone know of a way to get my hands on some?

This would be mainly for Canadians. I'ts produced in BC and I live in
Ontario.

Thanks for any help




Safeway carries it...Aren't there safeways in BC?
BC, well Victoria, has hugely been influenced by the brits over the years
so Golden syrup has got to be there somwwhere.

BC Facts...the BC Government had it's own submarines before the Canadian
Government had any.

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Lyles comes in a can and doesn't keep long. They tried a plastic bottle
but went back to the can. I prefer the bottle.



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MOMPEAGRAM wrote:

I'm in a bind folks. I can't find Roger's Golden Syrup anywhere near
where I live.

Anyone know of a way to get my hands on some?

This would be mainly for Canadians. I'ts produced in BC and I live in
Ontario.


I live in Ontario and I have never seen it in stores here. The only
sugar
syrup the stores around her carry is Lyles.





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BC is not in Ontario

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I'm in a bind folks. I can't find Roger's Golden Syrup anywhere near
where I live.

Anyone know of a way to get my hands on some?

This would be mainly for Canadians. I'ts produced in BC and I live in
Ontario.

Thanks for any help




Safeway carries it...Aren't there safeways in BC?
BC, well Victoria, has hugely been influenced by the brits over the
years
so Golden syrup has got to be there somwwhere.

BC Facts...the BC Government had it's own submarines before the Canadian
Government had any.

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The house of the burning beet-Alan

It'll be a sunny day in August, when the Moon will shine that night-
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"MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
Lyles comes in a can and doesn't keep long. They tried a plastic bottle
but went back to the can. I prefer the bottle.


And here I thought you'd say something intelligent like the products
taste differently, or that Roger's costs substantially less, but no,
your's is the dumbest reason ever. What's so difficult about pouring
syrup into a different container. duh

You actually want folks to do your shopping and mail you care packages
because you're too lazy to pour syrup into a squeeze bottle, puh-
leeze! Sheesh!

And just like a newbie I see you're cross posting all over usenet...
but rather than remove all those Newsgroups except for rfc I'll just
leave them there so everyone can see how very ignorant, lazy, and what
a vile and totally useless human being you are.

Sheldon

Sheldon

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I love you too, sheldown.


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"Sheldon" wrote in message
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"MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
Lyles comes in a can and doesn't keep long. They tried a plastic
bottle
but went back to the can. I prefer the bottle.


And here I thought you'd say something intelligent like the products
taste differently, or that Roger's costs substantially less, but no,
your's is the dumbest reason ever. What's so difficult about pouring
syrup into a different container. duh

You actually want folks to do your shopping and mail you care packages
because you're too lazy to pour syrup into a squeeze bottle, puh-
leeze! Sheesh!

And just like a newbie I see you're cross posting all over usenet...
but rather than remove all those Newsgroups except for rfc I'll just
leave them there so everyone can see how very ignorant, lazy, and what
a vile and totally useless human being you are.

Sheldon

Sheldon



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Sheldon wrote:

"MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
Lyles comes in a can and doesn't keep long. They tried a plastic bottle
but went back to the can. I prefer the bottle.


And here I thought you'd say something intelligent like the products
taste differently, or that Roger's costs substantially less, but no,
your's is the dumbest reason ever. What's so difficult about pouring
syrup into a different container. duh

You actually want folks to do your shopping and mail you care packages
because you're too lazy to pour syrup into a squeeze bottle, puh-
leeze! Sheesh!

And just like a newbie I see you're cross posting all over usenet...
but rather than remove all those Newsgroups except for rfc I'll just
leave them there so everyone can see how very ignorant, lazy, and what
a vile and totally useless human being you are.



"Is MOMPEAGRAM crying...???"

chuckle/

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No!

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Sheldon wrote:

"MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
Lyles comes in a can and doesn't keep long. They tried a plastic
bottle
but went back to the can. I prefer the bottle.


And here I thought you'd say something intelligent like the products
taste differently, or that Roger's costs substantially less, but no,
your's is the dumbest reason ever. What's so difficult about pouring
syrup into a different container. duh

You actually want folks to do your shopping and mail you care packages
because you're too lazy to pour syrup into a squeeze bottle, puh-
leeze! Sheesh!

And just like a newbie I see you're cross posting all over usenet...
but rather than remove all those Newsgroups except for rfc I'll just
leave them there so everyone can see how very ignorant, lazy, and what
a vile and totally useless human being you are.



"Is MOMPEAGRAM crying...???"

chuckle/

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Greg






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"Gregory Morrow" wrote in message
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Sheldon wrote:

"MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
Lyles comes in a can and doesn't keep long. They tried a plastic
bottle
but went back to the can. I prefer the bottle.


And here I thought you'd say something intelligent like the products
taste differently, or that Roger's costs substantially less, but no,
your's is the dumbest reason ever. What's so difficult about pouring
syrup into a different container. duh

You actually want folks to do your shopping and mail you care packages
because you're too lazy to pour syrup into a squeeze bottle, puh-
leeze! Sheesh!

And just like a newbie I see you're cross posting all over usenet...
but rather than remove all those Newsgroups except for rfc I'll just
leave them there so everyone can see how very ignorant, lazy, and what
a vile and totally useless human being you are.



"Is MOMPEAGRAM crying...???"

chuckle/

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Sheldon can be a pain but he was right in one respect. I should have
thought of it myself. Just pour the Lyles into a bottle. Duh!

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On May 28, 3:47�pm, "MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
"Gregory Morrow" wrote in message

link.net...





Sheldon wrote:


"MOMPEAGRAM" *wrote:
Lyles comes in a can and doesn't keep long. *They tried a plastic
bottle
but went back to the can. *I prefer the bottle.


And here I thought you'd say something intelligent like the products
taste differently, or that Roger's costs substantially less, but no,
your's is the dumbest reason ever. *What's so difficult about pouring
syrup into a different container. duh


You actually want folks to do your shopping and mail you care packages
because you're too lazy to pour syrup into a squeeze bottle, puh-
leeze! *Sheesh!


And just like a newbie I see you're cross posting all over usenet...
but rather than remove all those Newsgroups except for rfc I'll just
leave them there so everyone can see how very ignorant, lazy, and what
a vile and totally useless human being you are.


"Is MOMPEAGRAM crying...???"


chuckle/


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Greg


Sheldon can be a pain but he was right in one respect. *I should have
thought of it myself. *Just pour the Lyles into a bottle. *Duh!



The being a pain part is reinforcement... so folks will take heed and
remember... no offence meant. Get a nice honey dispenser for your
golden syrup, free shipping at Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/26nz98

http://www.amazon.com/Norpro-780-1-C.../dp/B00004UE7F


Sheldon

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"Sheldon" wrote in message
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On May 28, 3:47?pm, "MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
"Gregory Morrow" wrote in message

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Sheldon wrote:


"MOMPEAGRAM" wrote:
Lyles comes in a can and doesn't keep long. They tried a plastic
bottle
but went back to the can. I prefer the bottle.


And here I thought you'd say something intelligent like the products
taste differently, or that Roger's costs substantially less, but no,
your's is the dumbest reason ever. What's so difficult about pouring
syrup into a different container. duh


You actually want folks to do your shopping and mail you care
packages
because you're too lazy to pour syrup into a squeeze bottle, puh-
leeze! Sheesh!


And just like a newbie I see you're cross posting all over usenet...
but rather than remove all those Newsgroups except for rfc I'll just
leave them there so everyone can see how very ignorant, lazy, and
what
a vile and totally useless human being you are.


"Is MOMPEAGRAM crying...???"


chuckle/


--
Best
Greg


Sheldon can be a pain but he was right in one respect. I should have
thought of it myself. Just pour the Lyles into a bottle. Duh!



The being a pain part is reinforcement... so folks will take heed and
remember... no offence meant. Get a nice honey dispenser for your
golden syrup, free shipping at Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/26nz98

http://www.amazon.com/Norpro-780-1-C.../dp/B00004UE7F


Sheldon

That's what I'll do but probably more just a plastic bottle. I don't use
it much except for cooking.

MoM


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The problem has been solved. Today I was able to purchase Lyles Golden
syrup and it is now in glass!

Thanks for all the suggestions and help.

Helen




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