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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.

Emma Tucker
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Nicey replies: I shld like 2 thank u for ur biscuit/biscuit tin/mug thoughts.

My day time mug is a Giant Bee mug, which is particularly effective at enhancing the tea drinking moment. Prior to this I used a Pink Viz mug for many years. TheWife and I enjoy tea from a number of mugs, the least successful of these being a Jar-Jar Binks mug which has strange powers of staining.

Garreth (and Stebbs)
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Nicey replies: Your biscuit tin rack is based on sound logic, and is therefore a good idea. Hoorah.

As for not liking tea that is purely a personal matter and I see no reason why you cannot lead a normal life enjoying sit downs with some other beverage in much the same fashion as the rest of us. As to the degree of niceness achieved, I can not say, again this is a matter for yourself.

And for tea flavoured biscuits I fear that current technology would be insufficient to produce such a thing, based on the fact that instant tea granules are (were? do they even make them anymore?) really vile.

Chris Hemmings
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Nicey replies: Chris,

Thank you for that tale of the paranormal properties of the biscuit tin. I shouldn't be surprised if that turned up in an episode of the X files as they are really scratching around for plot lines now.

I'm sure that come your 18th birthday when you'll be able to drink in pubs and vote, you'll also be able to choose a biscuit tin of your own, should you wish. Five days with out biscuits does indeed deserve an award from the Duke of Edinburgh.

Richard Murkin
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Nicey replies: Yes that can be a problem, but also its part of the art of having a biscuit tin, picking harmonious biscuits that will complement each other. Its probably a bit like a biscuit form of Feng Shui, I expect.