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Mrs Viscount

Fox's Butter Crinkle Crunch Review
Nicey replies: Dear Mrs Viscount,

Indeed it is very odd that your Butter Crinkle Crunch are not going all limp. There must be some powerful dehumidifying going on in your office possibly due to over-zealous air conditioning. Normally such dry air is a bit unpleasant as it actually dehydrates the people working in it. As you are in Ireland perhaps the very high tea intake you'll no doubt have and residual Irish weather permeating your attire protects you from this.

As for your Boss he probably want's to go home early too. Either that or he is an alien with some strange need for the moisture harvested from Irish people. Its probably the first thing though.

Adam Tate
Nicey replies: Adam,

It's my recollection that McVities have applied the white chocolate at its standard chocolate to digestive ratio of 29%. Normally as in this weeks BOTW from Fox's White chocolate is applied a bit thicker than its traditional brothers to compensate for it being naturally a bit insipid. This is because it lacks the dark and bitter 'cocoa mass' of ordinary chocolate but relies on the fatty cocoa butter for its bulk and flavour usually with some skimmed milk.

Norma Laming

Digestive Review
Nicey replies: Hello Norma,

Thank you for this heart warming tale of dietary fibre.

I think I called the HobNob an instant classic, meaning that since its launch it straight away acquired the stature of a much more mature biscuit. Its recent low fat incarnation is a very different beast and I think they might give your Dove's Farm Organic Digestives a run for their money in the roughage department.

Luke Savage
Nicey replies: Hi Luke,

I'm sure both your reasons are correct. The Health and Safety one is the excuse whilst the water boiler sales bloke mutters something about increased productivity due to staff not waiting around for a little kettle to boil.

I still say that I would be prepared to sign a form absolving my employer of liability in situations arising from the making of proper tea.

Joe Richards

Breakaway Review