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Dave Chambers

Ginger Nut Review
Nicey replies: Yes serving suggestions are often baffling or ludicrous, however there is usually an explination behind it. I don't think that you are allowed to mislead people as to the contents of the package the are buying so in the case of say an imaginary lemon biscuit, if the pack shows a little slice of lemon then it has to say 'serving suggestion', as there are no slices of lemon within. As the designer of your pack used a cup of tea behind the Gingernuts it has to say 'serving suggestion' just in case consumers thought the pack contained one.

Johnny Lothian
Nicey replies: Perhaps you should suggest he gives up sugar, as its obviously making him a bit unhinged in a Howard Hughes sort of way.

Nick Lovibond
Nicey replies: I'm on it look here

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Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: That sounds like a very sensible plan. I'm still scarred with the memories of of working at too many places where the computers were named after ancient gods. I think it was something that got drummed into Cambridge graduates years ago. It was a revelation when I found out computers didn't have to named Zeus, Mars etc.

I worked at a place a couple of years back where the computers were named after Aunties whose names began with the letter B, so we had Bertha, Betty, and Beryl.