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Nicey replies: Yes, of course British people can be like that, although more frequently we're like this.

World of Biscuits
Nicey replies: Hello again,

I think the most suspect thing about Oreo's is the eating instructions on the outside, what does that say about the IQ of the intended customers?

I have had Oreos and they aren't too exciting. I see that they are covering them in all sorts gloop to make them more appealing like mint fudge. This to seems like an admission of defeat, if they were all right in the first place they wouldn't need to be mucked about with.

Steve Cooper
Nicey replies: Our horizons most definitely extend to cake, as stated in our mission statement. Those McVities cakes you mention are indeed inspirational.

We are quite keen of the Lemon iced madeira cake, as seen in Tescos and Waitrose. Maybe I could fit "cake of the month" into my hectic schedule.

ChocolateRocket Science
Nicey replies: We have already taken a step in the direction you suggest with the Wagonwheel. I'm sure we will get round to many of the chocolate covered biscuits you suggest.

P.S. See if you can do something about the acceleration those ion drives, its a bit dismal.

Jennifer Hands
Nicey replies: Dear Miss Hands,

I think your suggestion has merit, the pot is the basis for truely nice cups of tea. What most people don't seem to

recognise is that the majority of tea bags on the market are for two cups of tea not one, thats why you get those little stainless steel teapots which make two cups from one bag. Therefore teabags on the whole are meant for a pot deployment.

We get the pot out when we have friends over to Castle Nice. Hoorah.

PS. Are you related to Mr Hands of the extended sit down fame?