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Nicey replies: Yep, you win the prize for being first to find out all about it.

Honourable mentions also to Richard Clark who adds "'Ring up the Curtain' by Ernest Henry Short and Arthur Compton Rickett first published in 1938 attributes the song to a Revue 'Home and Beauty' staged by Charles B Cochran, lyrics by AP Herbert to a tune by Henry Sullivan around 1936", Katie Exton and m b-w who remembers "in the sixties black and white ads "the tea set " you ran around with a tea cosy on your head singing the song, i remember , but dont know who paid for the ads! Also at this time bank managers were kept in cupboards and nimble bread floated about on baloons. That was proper telly, and then you could watch the next episode of Thunderbirds or man from u.n.c.l.e.Or Sunday night at the london palladium."

Well done everyone!

Wifey not Nicey

Katie Drummond
Nicey replies: I think you may be right Katie, Nicey's got confused. So much so that's he's left me in charge!

Just as well I've sent him off for a weeks recuperation skiing in Meribel, where it's apparently the best conditions ever.


Nicky Bramley

HobNob Review
Nicey replies: Yes it did seem incomprehensible that they dropped them in the first place.

Mind you if the ever bring back the Abbey Crunch I will openly weep tears of joy in public I suspect.

Phil Musselwhite

HobNob Review
Nicey replies: Yes the HobNob Mile (HbM ?) seems like a very useful unit of measurement. Once we have that we can estimate how many packets of HobNobs are required for a man to cycle to the shops / pub / moon etc which certainly seems much easier to grasp than all of this talk of abstract calories. Then all other foods would be relative to the HobNob rather than the teaspoon of sugar which seems to laid claim to this particular area. It would also be useful to have a measurement of how much other foods were like HobNobs. Things like oysters, kale and olives would score badly on the 'being like HobNobs scale' where as flapjack would do very well.

I'm sure there is still a bit of free space left on packaging to fit these extra arbitrary figues, that way consumers would know for definite that tins of sardines in tomato sauce were not at all like Hobnobs, and how far they could cycle before collapsing if they were to eat a whole box Frosties.

Mark Dinsdale
Nicey replies: Yes I'm pretty clueless on this, although I think its does mention 'a quarter past three' at some point.