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Jon Dance
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Bahlsen Crumblys Review
Nicey replies: Thats a bit harsh, I do understand what you are getting at, but I think the 'Y' is quite cheerful and slightly naughty. Anyhow there are much much dodgier names such as Lu 'Hello' biscuits. Perhaps we should make something random like an oven cleaning spray called 'Bonjour tous le monde', and sell it in France to demonstrate the error of their ways.

ChocolateThe FrenchSeek you the Grail
Nicey replies: I'm sure I've seen them very recently, not sure where though..

Jeanne Langton
The French
Nicey replies: No not heard of Granny's cookies, although I can well imagine the whole little square thing.

That's a lovely story about your Dad and the international language of biscuits.

Sonia Thuery
The French
Nicey replies: Yes I've had those, and they are really quite nice, I think they mentioned Mont St Michel on the top. They weren't as nice as the Galettes Bretonnes I had the other week, at least I don't think they were. Next time I'm in La Belle France I'm going on a big Galettes Bretonnes mission. Hoorah!

Anyhow given the late hour and the setting sun I'm having a large Ricard with lots of ice to celebrate the Frenchness of your communication. Of course I have to be careful given the Wife's dislike of liquorice.