Upon leaving College, MoonShadow attempted to give the bowl back to the bedder in question, who refused it. It now resides in the home of toothycat.net, and holds a range of odd chocolate and sweets as well as more normal stuff.
Mint aeros Milky Ways, both named and anonymous Bountys, also both named and anonymous Solidified sugar which is supposed to be dried melon Candy dots (yay) Humbugs and humbug imitations Ginormous dairy milk bars Crunchies A jelly pizza
Overuse. It acquired a big crack which rendered it useless for its function. Its spirit lives on, although I think by now it has taken up residence in the red tin rather than the wooden fruit bowl ;) - SunKitten
aww man, a celebrations tin just doesn't have the same ring to it...we must find another orange bowl somehow! XD --Wikivic
All hail the new orange bowl of goodness! --Tsunami
I need some OrangeBowl maintenance advice. We have a wooden one filled with snacks for GamesEvening. We put nice things in it, but they become unappetising very quickly - chocolate melts and goes whitish, opened packets of crisps and biscuits go stale despite my efforts with elastic bands or sellotape, and things get squashed under other things and look crumpled and older than they really are. Do MoonShadow and SunKitten have cunning ways round this? Or is it just that WednesdayAnime guests scoff all the available food each week so it's not a problem? --Rachael
People eat most of what's in there each time (and if there's lots left we skip a week of buying stuff), and we tend to shy away from stuff that crumbles and/or isn't individually wrapped when we buy stuff. Other than that, no special tricks. - MoonShadow
I can't offer any advice, but if you can keep snacks in the house long enough for them to go off you can have some envy. --SGB