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Simon Huxtable
Nicey replies: Simon,

You need to settle down a bit, this is not worth getting too upset over. 'Biccies' is fine in moderation, adding to the rich tapestry of our language. Obviously it would be annoying to use it all the time.

Merryl Edelstein

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Nicey replies: I hope your trainees get a tea break with biscuits on plates.

As for Royal Scott they definitely came in tins with a picture bloke in a kilt playing the bag-pipes (probably).

Ian Bateman
Nicey replies: Ah that explains why I don't remember it, as for most of 1984 I didn't have a TV. Anyhow fascinating industry inside information on the Wagon Wheel coating.

Dyna Moe

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Nicey replies: Hydrox, what an appetising name, mmmm. Sounds like something you would use to clean drains.