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Nicey replies: Good plan in the biscuit naming body, but I can't see its decisions being adhered to if its based in Geneva, as Swiss biscuits are mostly utterly woeful. Most of them would carve out a more useful living for themselves as packing material, given that they tend to be puffed up with air in some fashion, rather than being full of biscuity usefulness. I think I would be tempted to site it on the Isle of Man, which would make it handy for the British and Irish to thrash out the various issues we have in biscuit nomenclature. Actually there aren't too many but it would make a lovely long weekend for everybody and I haven't actually been there, only over it.

As for Dundee biscuits the unrest continues here as the authenticity of the ones produced by Cottage biscuits (see our missing in action section) was questioned by one meticulous correspondent. Never having had one I'm unable to comment.

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Iced VoVo Review
Nicey replies: Very interesting, and also quite revealing. Perhaps UB (McVities) failed to predict that a regular customer (a large British Supermarket??) would not be re-ordering HobNobs and were left with a small mountain that they have managed to send to you guys in a deal. Nice as it is for you to get your mits on some dark choc HobNobs its not an ideal scenario food miles wise. Tim Tams being shipped to Tesco's in the UK all the way from Australia whilst the HobNobs we should see on their shelves are being sent to Australia.

Also I'm not sure about the Iced Vo-vo giving anything a run for their money, all the ones we have tried always seemed a bit like something dug out out of a collapsed building. Maybe they don't travel well.

Cork Hat - AustraliaKettles
Nicey replies: Luke,

Very sorry to hear about the loss of your kettle. It makes me want to rush downstairs and make a big fuss of ours.

Dr Alice Gorman
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Nicey replies: Hello Dr Alice Gorman Space Archaeologist,

Wifey actually spotted something about your work on the BBC site before you contacted us. We all like that type of thing. The younger members of staff are usually constructing some form of rocket out of lego or their bedroom furniture at least 3 or 4 times a week. We also like archaeology. We live only about a mile from a roman road and again the YMOS have dug a big hole behind my shed from which they regularly haul out fabulous artefacts. So far we have an impressive collection of roman stones, bits of old roman plant pots, a small piece of roman roof tile and a very well preserved bit of roman wooden fence panel.

Wifey still warmly remembers the Christmas I bought her every girls dream, a 4 inch Newtonian reflector telescope. We went all "Galileo Galileo" after pointing it at the brightest thing in the sky which turned out to be Jupiter with Io, Europa, Ganymede and Calisto all visible too. Saturn was right alongside so after that we had a good look at it, and were able to make out the Cassini divide. She let me off after that and reassigned it as a whole NCOTAASD team present.