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Encore Review
Nicey replies: Hi Adrian,

We've just added those LU raspberry jobs to our Biscuit of The Week.

As for the Jacobs Fig Roll they can often seem a bit heavy on the crust to fig ratio but when the mood takes me they can be just the ticket.

Ian Tames

Noblice Review
Nicey replies: Thanks Ian,

I'm impressed that you had to don protective head gear when handling them.

Hiromi Miura
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Nicey replies: I'm very pleased that you can get hold of some proper biscuits, and I know how much you like a nice Nice. It's also good to hear that we are keeping the balance of trade between the two nations, Korea sends us TVs, cars, computers, hair straighteners, HD / DVD players, mobile phones, set top boxes, MP3 players, sat-navs to go in the cars they already sent us, washing machines, microwave ovens, fridge freezers, air conditioning units, digital cameras, vacuum cleaners, hobs and ovens, cam-corders and printers.. and we send them some biscuits.

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Nicey replies: Thank you An,

This is all excellent information, the sort of vital facts which once seen are very easily recalled years later. I now patiently await a suitable moment in the future when I can divulge this new learning. And of course as the nation who gave the world the Tellytubbies who are we to get all high and mighty about the naming of popular children's TV characters.