One of my favourite ruses is to say to people that I've told them a million times never to exaggerate - being from the UK, I love irony as a tool of comedy
So, as you can guess, I'm not a fan of undeserved hyperbole. Now, what does one understand from the word 'kingdom'? It must be pretty big if Richard III offers to swap his kingdom for a horse in Shakespeare's play
So, I did approach this sweet shop with a healthy degree of skepticism that it could represent a whole kingdom of sweets. However, first impressions were good - large trays of a good variety of pick and mix sweets covered the entire left hand side of the shop
On the right hand side, there were pre-packaged confectionery and I suddenly spotted American brands like Hershey. Excitedly, I looked for peanut butter M&Ms because you may not believe this but M&M World in London doesn't carry PB M&Ms!
Sadly, I couldn't spot them but I decided to ask a store assistant, who smiled and led me to the back of the shop where the PB M&Ms were displayed. £2.20 for a small bag but beggars can't be choosers
OK, for stocking American candy, Kingdom of Sweets can call itself a kingdom. Though I think they may be sponsored by the British Dental Association :-)
As for M&M World, I'm afraid you're more of a tiny village as you don't even stock your own PB M&Ms
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