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Maddalena Feliciello
Nicey replies: Woo,

Nice comeback Lena, mind you Keith was having a go at Spanish biscuits which are by and large awful. Careful with those Iced Gems you could have had someone's eye out.

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Bit of both I thought, although I would have expected an egg glaze to be mandatory.

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Nicey replies: Jackson,

We call Dark Chocolate, Plain Chocolate, when we aren't calling it Dark Chocolate.

re: white chocolate. I have a consignment of Kiwi Snow Toffee pops on its way to me ETA Wednesday, although they might be a bit melted and smashed.

Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Sounds like the quintessential Spanish biscuit run in. Fancy wrapper, nasty biscuit and some kind of horrid odd nonsense.