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Simon G
Nicey replies: Dear Mr G,

I think they could make a good subsitute for drawing pins. If anyone manages to nail someting to a wall using Iced Gems let us know.

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Thom Curtis
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Nicey replies: Yes Thom, of course this is unusual. As to being odd, most of us are, with the possible exception of identical twins who may be even.

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Ley Halligan-Davis
Nicey replies: Well, the flap jack is grouped in with cakes dispite its biscuit like ingredients. This is mainly due to the nature of its baking, as a large flattened mass, and its sheer size in comparison to biscuits.

I hope this helps.

I'm also interested to know exactly which home McVities baked these in. Presumably to produce industrial levels of flap jacks they would need a large number of homes, each equipped with a substantial oven.