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Graham Stevenson
Nicey replies: Oh yes, that's been mentioned before. Are you related to Donalda Bint? She's from Scotland too.

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Nicky Bellinger
Nicey replies: Yay! And a big NiceCupOfTeaAndASitDown Hoorah for the Royal Opera House, although I'm sure a theater would be a much sensible place to have a opera than a house.

Nick Parker
Nicey replies: Hey Nick,

The Choco Liebniz is of course the chocolate version of the Leibniz, just as the Chocolate Digestive is the chocolate version of the Digestive, and the Petit Écolier (small school boy) is the chocolate version of Petit Beurre. Slight loss of plot by the French again. Originally, 1890 something, Bahlsen produced 'Leibniz Kaks' and then changed the name to 'Leibniz Cakes', which sound even more tempting. I'm told by Bahlsen that the Choco Leibniz enjoys a fierce brand loyalty, which would seem about right as it is an impressive use of chocolate to dress up an otherwise uneventful biscuit, much as the Lu have done with the Petit Beurre. Of course the master stroke is to make the chocolate something that can be nibbled off.