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Nicey replies: Perhaps there is a psychological aspect, you've got to want to throw the biscuit a long way away from you, so the duller the biscuit the better.


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Nicey replies: Marge,

This probably isn't the advice you're after but the best plan is to not worry about it.

Greg Shailes
Nicey replies: Greg,

Yes I very much enjoy the biscuit bits in 'Two Pints of Lager and†a Packet of Crisps', and caught the episode of which you speak some time ago. The biscuit parts are carefully observed and so far have been right on the money as far as I'm concerned. We linked over to their web site last year after they contacted us.

As for broken biscuits, we have been promised a guest review complete with 'chamber of horrors' type pictures. I think you did right to send them back, the Wife is officially charge of complaining about stuff and writing strongly worded letters which she enjoys greatly.

Years ago when I used to work for a certain Cambridge based computer maker, we used to get our fair share of letters from people complaining about the difficulties they had writing and printing letters using their word processors and printers. I used to think this was odd as they were obviously getting it to work fine in order to send us the letters.