i got a question

is cotton candy only sold in america? i was eating some yesterday wondering because of a swap i was reading the other day lol

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10 replies since 23rd September 2009 • Last reply 23rd September 2009

O.O i thought cotton candy was universal...i remember my parents having a cotton candy maker!!! yum yum yum!

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We have it here in Holland too, they're called sugar spiders.

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aw how come you guys got the cool name lol

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yeepp.
its here in canada too!

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We have it here too. It's called fairy floss though

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I love that name...fairy floss....i totally wish it was named that here!!

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We call it candy floss in the UK.

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Fairy Floss! How awesome is that!! And when I was in England, I also had fairy cakes! Maybe with all this fairy food I shall sprout wings and fly away!! ^.^

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Yeah we have it in the UK, mainly in carnival's, it's called candy floss. Gypsie Moon I <3 fairy cakes, I make them quite alot

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I love candy floss but you usually get it at the fayre or seaside towns on the sea front Happy

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