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Nicey replies: Annie,

Your 'friends' are hopelessly out of touch with reality. They should spare a thought for the thousands of British people forced to live and work in America who would give their right arm for a digestive or chocolate HobNob, whilst your 'friends' swan around in supermarkets full of them.

Alice Gorman
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Nicey replies: Alice,

That is a fantastic biscuit tin, you must be very proud. I tend to think about biscuits in space about 3 or 4 times a week at the moment, which I think is healthy. In our book (out in November) I thought about which would be the best biscuit for zero-g or micro-gravity situation. This is surely going to be an issue for the in flight catering on any future sub-orbital space planes. Inevitably I think its the fig roll.

Trevor Taylor
Nicey replies: Oh yes that will get it all sorted. I've always though a good breakfast would be helpful with any conflict resolutions. It should have Sausages (contents dependent on cultural and religious backgrounds), Bacon (again if you are allowed it, the proper stuff mind you thats not all pumped full of water) Baked Beans (mandatory), fried and scrambled eggs, fried bread (also mandatory though you don't have to eat it) Black Pudding (again not everyones up for this but it should be available, and it should have pearl barley in it), mushrooms, not tinned tomatoes but fresh, big stack of toast and pots of tea. Oh and a choice of red or brown sauce, and marmalade for the left over toast. That should sort it out once and for all. The Swiss fella can have muesli which no doubt he enjoys and is good for him.

Alice Gorman
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Its always lovely to receive emails from famous Space Archaeologists about biscuits and rugs.

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Nicey replies: Barry,

Thanks, lots of valuable information in that email for anybody planning a holiday or short break in Afghanistan.