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Nicey replies: The KitKat is a chocolate covered biscuit bar, and exists in the union of biscuits and chocolate bars, in the Venn diagram of the biscuit world. As such it finds it self able to being classified in any of the three categories that creates. As such it does not require reclassification.

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Nicey replies: I've not heard of this socio-economic phenomenon before, so I think it must be localised to Liverpool.

Well Liverpool is a major center of Biscuit production in the UK having Jacob's, Horizon and I believe a Burton's factory as well. May be these kids simply lived next to biscuit factories or their parents were employed by them and fed their kids on lots of reject/broken biscuits, as a perk of the job.

Huw Davies
Nicey replies: Huw,

Water biscuits, not only are not made of water but they are crackers, rather than biscuits, and truly nasty ones at that. I could see them fitting in well in some sort of scenario, where Amnesty International would have to get involved. This would be due to peoples basic biscuit eating rights being abused, by having water biscuits offered to them, instead of decent biscuits.

Still good biscuit investigation initiative type of thing.

Huw Davies