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|Alan (Fred) Pipes
I must admit I do like a nice Breakaway. In your Biscuit of the week review you didn't mention the strange exhortations in bubble writing on the backs of the sachets. Such racy slogans as: taste it!, enjoy it! Mmmm... Chocolate, Delicious (can't remember what the others are cos I've eaten them). What are these for then? Some start with a capital; others are all in lower case. Some with exclamation marks; others without. Very odd, cos you don't actually see them until you've already purchased the packet and opened it!
Also, I was wondering about the origin of the tea towel? Was it originally used solely to dry the tea things? Surely they're better for drying glasses... Me, I let things drain -- much more hygenic. Apparently there are more germs on the average tea towel than on a public lavatory seat.
|Nicey replies: Yep I noticed them. I thought it was all a bit, inappropriate and tragic really. If someone chooses to eat a chocolate biscuit then that is a personal matter for them. I wonder how many people have been persuaded to go through with it due to the message on the back.
Tea towels, perhaps they were designed specifically to smear a layer of germs on your tea cup. Tea has antiseptic properties and so anybody making it wrong would quickly succumb to terrible tea cup borne diseases, and be effectively removed from polite society. Loo seats were simply too unwieldily for germ smearing and broke too many tea cups in the process.
|Tim Hardy (Mrs Cheesman ?)
||Oooh Hello there its Mrs Cheeseman here and I thought I'd write to say what a lovely internet computer site you have here.I have been sitting down having tea for many years nows but I'm on my own now after Desmond died in 1974 from measles. In many ways it was a relief as he always insisted on teabags and rarely warmed the pot! I'm a fan of full flavoured looseleaf though not glengettie because its got welsh writing on it which I think is showing off and so I won't be buying that thankyou very much indeed. Anyway why i'm writing is; Whilst down the day centre where I help out on Wednesdays I'd just got a fresh copy of the peoples friend out and a steaming mug of an English blended Assam so I thought I 'd look in the Quality Street tin for a Nice or a malted milk. what I found there turned my stomach.|
There were a cross between a digestive and a chocolate chip biscuit. I don't know who makes them or who brought them but I thought I would just warn you and your lovely viewers. As it was I fed them all to Potato our Cairn terrier who is called that because he is fat and has no hair Any way lovely to speak to you and all the best
|Nicey replies: I believe you are referring to Cadbury's Jestives, made for them by the Horizon Biscuit company in Wirral no doubt.|