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@jonsie wrote:

I think originally it was going to be lime key pie?


Key Lime Pie was the original KikKat rumour....

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Humphhh...so what happened to Lollipop then...Smiley Frustrated

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Near enough for a Friday afternoon Smiley Happy
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@Cleoriff wrote:

Humphhh...so what happened to Lollipop then...Smiley Frustrated


I sucked it to death Smiley Wink

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@Cleoriff wrote:

Humphhh...so what happened to Lollipop then...Smiley Frustrated


I sucked it to death Smiley Wink


Of course you did Bouncy

And on that note..I shall shut the laptop down before I drop it through laughing LOL

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@MI5 wrote:

@Cleoriff wrote:

Humphhh...so what happened to Lollipop then...Smiley Frustrated


I sucked it to death Smiley Wink


stoppit MI5 ..... I have Marvellous Marty the Magnificent, prod puss cat owner that I am, on my lap now, as I key in  ..... I'll have no more of this falling off my chair laughing 'cos Ican't afford any more vet's bills Smiley Sad ..... btw you havn't yet said what GifGaf is or told me if royalties are paid for using the names KitKat & Galaxy ?

 

PS: pass the word around it's Fancy Dress in Wanty's tonight ..... I've already got my outfit on ..... = ..... French maid complete with feather duster !!! 

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I'm out with the boys tonight so I won't be in Wanty's until later on, but I'm sure whatever I go out in will pass as "fancy dress" by the time I return Smiley Happy
Anyway, giffgaff is a virtual payg network owned by Telefonica and it runs on the O2 network www.giffgaff.com
Royalties were definitely paid (both ways) for the use of the KitKat name, but I don't believe there is any trademark on the Galaxy name......
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giffgaff is an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator) that runs on the O2 network. They have their own tariffs and customer support is online only so tariffs tend to be better as they don't have the same costs.Smiley Happy

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mobile_virtual_network_operator