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Lisa Evans
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Nicey replies: Hoorah for global biscuit understanding and tea harmony. I have broken open a packet of Milk Chocolate HobNobs to celebrate and because its Friday.

Matthew Goodsall
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Nicey replies: Matthew

That's an inspiring tale of man pitted against adverse biscuit conditions. Personally I've eaten muesli bars at 3,200 meters but I didn't hike up there so it doesn't really count.

Yes it would be great to hear of anybody else's tales of extreme biscuit eating, that is either in extreme environments, or just extremely nasty biscuits or both as in your tale.

Catherine and Peter
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Nicey replies: Thank you for that important Ginger thin news. With Liverpool being the heart land of UK biscuit production, its bizarre to think of biscuits being imported from Sweden.

Peter Davies
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Nicey replies: Yes they were very crunchy and good. Don't know did them though, but I would have thought it was Jacobs. You can get very similar stuff in Sweden of all places, they eat them before Christmas with mulled wine and almonds which they call 'Glurg'.

Patrick Rooney
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