I grew up miles away from that stuff in a new town made of concrete and weird green landscaped hillocks by the side of a dual carriageway. We did have this. Chocolate, mallow, jam and biscuit. Eaten in that precise order. And of course, most amazing packaging in the world.
After Sunday school my sister and I would, after carefully removing the teacake, flatten out the wrapper and painstakingly remove every wrinkle (working from the outside to the middle) until left with a super shiny sheet of foil, curving slightly at the edges. Sometimes we would then mould it or fold it into a shape. Very fiddly. Not having access to google in 1983 it would mostly be a very limited origami fortune teller.
Japan meets Scotland - land of the rising obesity levels.
I'm still obsessed with super fiddly detail and painstaking, high risk creations. Also all things Japanese.
This may be where it all started, so along with the other stuff I haven't finished yet, I'm going to be making some stuff about it...