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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.

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Nicey replies: Splendid idea, do they have biscuits in North Korea, Iraq and where ever else is on an evil axis? If they do I've already provisionally decided that they are bound to taste better than Oreos, which even our younger members of staff wisely turned down towards the end of the review pack.

If anyone has any totalitarian biscuits we would be delighted to give them a fair and unbiased review.

Catherine Ford
Nicey replies: You could always bookmark us. If not type 'fig roll' into Google that should do the trick. Also 'Nicecupoftea' had been taken by cybersquatting vermin.

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