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Nicey replies: That is indeed troubling news, as Asda are usually a sure bet for Malted Milks. The Elks Malted Milks with the irreverent portrayals of Malted Milk cows are I feel undignified. One reader of the site carefully emailed me on two occasions with pictures of the afore mentioned biscuits, which I chose to overlook due to their demeaning of the classical form.

Sainsburys are usually a good bet too for Malted Milks.

Personal mug
Nicey replies: I really do wish these design types would just let it be. If its not that half useless dunk mug then its something like this. They are continually trotting out these ill thought out gimmicky mugs. Even the most colour perceptively challenged can see from their own picture that the tea doesn't match any of their suggested colours. How could it when most of which seem based on Yellow Ochre.

Designers just leave it alone, look further than the office kettle for inspiration, go back to your desks and instead wonder how you can be as successful as Johnny Ive.

Chris Kelsall
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Nicey replies: Chris,

I'm afraid your darkest fears have been realised. We tried to review them on two separate occaisions but gave up as the latter day Lemon Puffs were so ropey that we just couldn't go through with it. They are covered in the book however, in the section on biscuits that I can't cope with along with the Pink Wafer.

Sananda Poole
Nicey replies: Lovely. I'm a bit concerned that everything seems to be accumulating in the cereal bowl at the bottom. I fear we may soon be overwhelmed by 'Bio-Biz' if we leave the situation unchecked. I'm also left wondering now, where as it had never occurred to me before, if grass produces hay and wheat produces straw why don't oats produce anything?

Stephen Cooper
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