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


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Nicey replies: Thanks for that. Actually Devon is a county, famous for dairy products, milk, cream, butter and so on. Cream teas are a feature of Devon's cuisine, consisting of scones spread with jam and clotted cream and a big pot of tea, epic!

Darren Schroeder
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Nicey replies: Darren, I suggest you try eating some sensible biscuits, some of your local Griffins ones should do nicely, closely followed by some Oreos. This should help clear your mind.

Spencer Britton
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Nicey replies: I can't think of a suitable one straight off. A mint flavoured, high roughage, low sugar biscuit might do the trick if such a thing could be made. Mind you they might be a bit horrid.

Glen Pougnet
Nicey replies: Alas my fears for match 6 were manifested. Slapping a load of chocolate on some biscuits is a bit like sticking a soft-top on a Ford Escort, its not glamourous its still an Escort.

Abbey Crunch are a rare beast these days, they often turn up in little corner shops. In general it's good to visit such establishments as they often have a diverse and exotic selection of biscuits due to commercial and logistical forces we can only begin to guess at.

Hoorah for round 2. There are some tight matches there.