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Candy floss

Friday, April 28, 2017. Daily Brit Wit.

Candy floss

Mass noun

A mass of pink and white spun sugar on a stick; BRITISH for cotton candy. 

“Some children prefer biscuits of the chocolate variety when asked what sweets they like; others profess  their love for lollipops. But me? Well, candy floss is a sticky mess and Mum hates it; so I adore it.” 

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