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|Neil Alistair Scott Hillen
||For your interest, there is a Bhoco Biccy called a ChitChat, which is better than a timtam and a penguin. Most North Islanders should be familiar with them, but I could not find mention of them in the emails section.|
I wish you every luck in getting your hands on this NZ delicacy.
||Our biscuit barrel|
Dave at the Royal College of Nursing, London
|Nicey replies: Oh yes that's very nice.|
||Are Tea-Cosys sad?|
|Nicey replies: Mark,
No they are not, unless of course they are ill fitting.
||I feel all my life i have been searching for a website like yours. There is a god after all! I feel there are a few issues I need to raise. |
1 The email about viscount wrappers. Why are you eating orange ones anyway!! The best target to aim the perfect little spheres at is undoubtedly the cat!
2 The pie chart, cool idea, but surely the jammie d section should have been red in colour! why green? there must be some logical explaination.
3 Digestive creams have been around for ages (up in this neck t woods). They are the prefered choice to the cheap custard cream and the cuckoo of the bisciut world.
All in all, another recruit.
Off for a nice cuppa & a sit down
|Nicey replies: Emma,
As to your point 2, the technology employed can't choose its colours sensibly, that is the actual explanation.
||Dear Nicey and friends,|
This is my first visit to your site, and I was wondering if anyone could help me identify some biscuits that were around in the 1970s?
These biscuits were round, sweet, plain biscuits, and the novelty was that each one was a different colour! Each colour had a monster-themed name, such as Red Devil, Green Gremlin, Orange Ogre etc. I seem to remember yellow and purple ones too.
Does anyone remember what these biscuits were called, who made them and when they ceased production? I have spoken to other people who vaguely recall them, but no-one can remember their name. Hoping you can help! Thank you.
|Nicey replies: Nope, not ringing any of my bells.|