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Nicey replies: Yes very insightful stuff there about the Pecan nuts. I have still to open my pack of Dare Maple creams, hand couriered from Canada by Biscuit Enthusiast Mandy (now to occasionally known as Mrs B), but I've had a few before, and I think you are on to something there.

Here's hoping that I can eat them without a gnawing sense of incompleteness.

Jenny Hughes
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Nicey replies: Jenny,

OK, ok, I'll post your cup rant. We really don't care what people drink their tea out of just so long as they are happy.

Be careful now we know where you live we might come round and get a picture of your tarty mug on our next visit to Ponty. We make special trips there once or twice a year for sit down Faggots and Peas.

I shall now brace myself for a torent of mug-counter-rants.

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Nicey replies: Yay for your Nan's biscuit barrel. We love stuff like that. Of course my Nan introduced me to Abbey Crunch, but she also insisted on buying Safeway Petit Beurre biscuits which sort of passed me by a bit.

BN Happy Faces are still around, check out their modern incarnation as Penguin Splatz, not jam but cream instead.

Tim Porter
Nicey replies: Tim,

That would be splendid but surely you would want to take up most of the NEC like the motorshow. It would be ace to have McVities, Burtons and Foxs et al with huge pavilion stands all with theaters pumping out dry ice and lasers unveiling their latest biscuits and little old ladies wheeling around complementary tea trollies. The BBC of course would devote 3 30 minute programs to it running on consecutive nights.

We would of course require an airship with our logo on to cruise around the venue at a height of about 800m.

As for the 'morning coffee' that's in a week or two as part of some stuff we will be doing with our local branch of Macmillian Cancer Relief. They asked me what would be a good biscuit to focus on for their nationwide coffee morning appeal. Not too tricky that, except that the lady I was talking to was Canadian and after ten minutes it became apparent she had never heard of them. Every time I mentioned them she thought I was talking about her Coffee Morning gig in some kind of odd syntax.