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Justin Kendrick
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Nicey replies: Your Mum could well be right. I expect the Queen is always getting offered biscuits of one sort or another, on a plate with a doily probably. You wouldn't want to offer Royalty a chocolate covered biscuit as that would be vulgar and would make a mess of the Queens gloves. Something with fruit in might cause an incident similar to when the Queen Mum got fish bones stuck in her throat. So a refined sort of shortbread would be ideal as a regal nibble.

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Nicey replies: I've not seen them for years, but I think they were made by McVities.

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Nicey replies: They sound more plausible than Cartoonies, and its stirring sound kind of repressed memory in me. Maybe something traumatic has blocked it, green biscuits for instance.

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