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ChocolateSeek you the Grail
Nicey replies: Once again Biscuit Man comes up with the goods. And yes watch out for me on Richard and Judy tomorrow 5/6/2003.

Alan Smith
ChocolateSeek you the Grail
Nicey replies: Yes that definitely stirs my memory, but not enough to remember what they were.

Brian Barratt
Nicey replies: They sound a lot like the things I use on our BBQ.

Heidi Thomas

Foxs Chocolate Viennese Review
Nicey replies: Heidi,

Woo, fantastic tales of Clubs of old there. Biscuit factories must be thrilling places to work, even if it is to do with drains. The monster 24 fruit Club thing should have been cast in bronze as a monument of some sort. I think it would have made a splendid statue to put outside their front gate. Or it could have been given to visiting foreign dignitaries. Still good job you got in there first and mullered it with a rolling pin.

Glad you liked the Viennese review I enjoyed the 5 or ten minutes it took to completely review the pack.


Jacob's Orange Club Review
Nicey replies: Upon hearing that news I feel I can relate to the emotions held by Charlton Heston at the end of Planet of Apes.