Gus and Smartie
are now firm friends and can be seen grooming each other and generally chilling out together.
Staff at the port had tried to encourage Smartie
to go back into the water when they found him, but he wasn't having any of it.
The find prompted Nestle to splash 2m [pounds sterling] on a 'Blue is Back' advertising campaign for its blue Smartie
FORGET Take That and the Spice Girls - it looks as if Blue Smarties
are the comeback of the year.
This two-piece pack, designed to resemble the famous sweet, is injection-moulded in polypropylene in six different colours to match the six colours in the Smarties
The MMA Smarties
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The course will include plenty of fun and challenging obstacles including Smartie
Tubes, Jack and Jill's Hill, The Slip 'n' Slide and the Creepy Crawler, as well as plenty of mud.
Mirror meets all the needs of anyone who could benefit from a personal assistant.
Decorate with cereal as hair, a Smartie
or Skittle as nose, and sour worm as mouth.
As the hours countdown to Easter Sunday, Latin name Overateus Smartie
Eggitus, it's time to ponder some major questions.
It was standing room only for the hundreds of friends and family who turned up to pay their respects to Mr Dye - even the family dog Smartie
was brought to say a final farewell.
But her trio - Kermit, Kermitella and Little Smartie
- just lost out to the Beltex group of David and Ivy Bishop, Malvern.
Nestle is spending 2m [pounds sterling] on a marketing push to promote the comeback of the blue Smartie
and push its healthier credentials as free from artificial colours or flavours.
people are happy people, they smile all the time, because it's Smartie
time," "If you like a lot of chocolate on your biscuit join our club," "The Milkie Bar Kid is strong and tough and only the best is good enough,"
James Erskine said: "The art of avoidance seems to backfire and tends to lead you to eat more.