General Chat Thread, How do you define your 'last rolo' in General; Tom poses a very interesting question with regards to the multiple-packet issue. As well as the physical distance between the ...
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Tom poses a very interesting question with regards to the multiple-packet issue. As well as the physical distance between the packets involved, there is also the factor of time to consider in the argument - how long is it before the "last rolo" variable is wiped out and started again with another packet of your own?

What about the rolo manufacturing facilities - do they ever experience the "last rolo", or does the concept of "last rolo" change significantly in this environment?

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don't leave them on a radiator

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Originally Posted by beeswax
don't leave them on a radiator
... unless it's turned off 8)

But depending on the temperatue and length of time the rolos were left on a radiator, the heat would affect the rolos in such a way, that a single, packet-lenght rolo would be formed. Is this the first and last rolo?

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Hey Webman you beat me to it with that comment.

So what about if you eat half of the last Rolo?

The remaining half can not be the last Rolo as I think we can all agree that "half a Rolo" is not a Rolo.

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Half a rolo is definately not a rolo - null and void

Therefore, the last rolo would be the one eaten immediately before it :P

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I've often wondered about those drinks with just the one calorie. Where is it? And what do you call the drink if you've drunk the one calorie with your first mouthful?

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It's merely "half of the last rolo" and can be only superceded by another last rolo (from a second packet conveniently brough into the LRSI (Last Rolo Sphere of Influence)) or destroyed (eat eeet!)

F**k me, you can tell its friday, no?

Friday.. friday feeling.. crunchie... ok, back to chocolate, back OT

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What worries me most is if somebody gives me their last rolo, and I later find out they stole the packet. Therefore the last rolo (henceforth known as LR) was not theirs to give, and ownership of the LR is thrown wide open.
That sort of stuff keeps me awake all night!

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What about if the rolo belonged to King Rollo?

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What about if I purchase a pack or rolos. I split them in half and give somebody else one half. Do we now have a double LR situation or does the fact I paid for the entire packet mean I now have one single LR split over two halves, or two LRs both belonging to me?

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MK-2: In that case, by law, both parties have to sign a "last rolo release form" (11 pages, and with atlease one other witness) that allows the different amounts of rolos to be "separate" and thus having two last rolos.

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@MK - I think your half packets then have a LR each - assuming they are kept physically separated, out of one another's LRSI range. Of course if you have given someone else the other half, you still only have one LR - one person may (naturally) only posses one LR at any moment in time in any one LRSI.

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What at damn good advertising ploy it was eh, do you recon the folks at nestlĂ© thought this sort of conversation would ever crop up, we should send the link to this thread to their customer feedback team!!!

Chris

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Anyone into belief reasoning? A friend just sent me this.

"Surely it all depends on a persons belief of what the last rolo is in comparison to the manufacturers belief, and how this is influenced by the manufacturer through advertising. In fact a person could have two beliefs - their own interpretation of "the last rolo" and what they believe to be is the manufacturers belief of "the last rolo" based on the advertising."

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Jakey's Hyperactiveness on this forum thread is conclusive evidence alone that he eats too much choccies and sweeties. This accounts for around 50% of the lunacy, while another 30% is accountable by messing around with PC's for 25 years and the other 20% comes from living in Gosport!

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