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Ley Halligan-Davis
Nicey replies: Well, the flap jack is grouped in with cakes dispite its biscuit like ingredients. This is mainly due to the nature of its baking, as a large flattened mass, and its sheer size in comparison to biscuits.

I hope this helps.

I'm also interested to know exactly which home McVities baked these in. Presumably to produce industrial levels of flap jacks they would need a large number of homes, each equipped with a substantial oven.

Fuhr David (Mr D)
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Nicey replies: Thank Fuhr David (Mr D) for your opinion. Of course the best way to eradicate Fig Rolls and prevent them altering the micro climate of the biscuit tin is simply to eat them all in one sitting. Presumably your chocolate chip cookies are expensive because they incur a journey to "Nantucket" to buy them.

Eleanor Oguma
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Nicey replies: Woo, we've not had an email fro Japan before. Do you think you could persuade the locals to include biscuits in the tea ceremony, I'm sure they would approve.

Craig Buckley
Nicey replies: The KitKat is a chocolate covered biscuit bar, and exists in the union of biscuits and chocolate bars, in the Venn diagram of the biscuit world. As such it finds it self able to being classified in any of the three categories that creates. As such it does not require reclassification.

I hope this helps.

ChocolateRocket Science
Nicey replies: We have already taken a step in the direction you suggest with the Wagonwheel. I'm sure we will get round to many of the chocolate covered biscuits you suggest.

P.S. See if you can do something about the acceleration those ion drives, its a bit dismal.