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Victoria Wimhurst
ChocolateRocket ScienceCheese pleaseButter
Nicey replies: Anybody else called Victoria want to add to this discussion I wonder?

Sue Roberts
Cheese please
Nicey replies: No matches for what? There are plenty of matches to emails that mention cheese or might be about to mention cheese. I'm not sure if we are ready to be drawn into cracker reviewing as yet, although its not a huge leap of the imagination I'll grant you.

Mary Croft 
FruitCheese please

Tunnocks Wafer Review
Nicey replies: You could try him with the occasional pear I suppose.

Brian Skipworth
FruitCheese please
Nicey replies: Brian,

I'm not aware of any supply issues around the Hovis Digestive, but I think it was about six months ago since I bagged a pack. Perhaps other people have some sightings?

A. Stevenson
CakeFruitCheese please
Nicey replies: Yes that was a bit uncalled for. Still the Oatcake can be quite confusing as it looks like a biscuit and is called a cake, but clearly is really some form of cracker. There are sound historical reasons for all of this, mostly to do with living in Scotland a very long time ago. Still I like oatcakes but tend to munch them with some nice grapes and some tasty cheese and a nice glass of wine. Once again this is plainly not their original intended purpose.

So in summary, Cake or Biscuit?, no Cracker.