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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.

Hiromi Miura
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Nicey replies: Hoorah for Dr You and his bonkers Project.

Despite his lovely pie chart and stethoscope I don't think eating chocolate biscuits bananas and milk in abundance is really going to shift the pounds. There is probably something in the Korean small print about how often you are allowed to do it and if you are allowed to eat anything else.

Anyhow he looks a lot like he is from the Dharma Initative

But maybe that's because Wifey made we watch 23 episodes of Lost season 3 in a week after she had the box set of DVDs for Christmas.

Claire Lawlor
Pink Wafers
Nicey replies: Claire

Thank you for raising such and important and fundamental point. You are of course right that all layers must be finished before moving to the next. The reasons are many fold.

Firstly being a selection box everybody will have their favourites and given that there are a limited number of these they should be shared, skipping ahead is rude as it means you are being selfish and grabbing the goodies for yourself. You should have some self discipline and eat the less fantastic biscuits on the layer that needs finishing. This is not only polite but good for your own personal development as a biscuit eater, teaching you to appreciate more humble biscuits.

Secondly leaving biscuits behind and moving on is wasteful, which is obviously wrong. You should only move to next layer if you have finished the one above, or have a designated person who has willingly agreed to take care of no more than one or two troublesome biscuits such as pink wafers or coconut rings.

I could go on at length about how its precisely these sort of people who are symptomatic of a general decline in standards in society as a whole but I'll leave it there.

Dave Grennall

Cadbury's Fingers Review
Nicey replies: Dave,

In any such survival situation my mind immediately turns to a large pack of Digestives, for all the reasons you outline. Plus being a large pack there would be more to survive with.

Mind you the new Huntley and Palmers have revived the biscuits that were supplied to Capt Scott on his ill fated Antarctic expedition. They turn up in various camping and hiking shops next to the energy bars.