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Nicey replies: What a terrific and important question, well done.

I would definitely align with your colleague. In a free for all situation like an office then all the biscuits must be finished before starting the next layer. Any chipping away at this basic rule with sub-clauses will lead to anarchy. It's much better if every one knows where they stand, and that people excise some self discipline by having a biscuit that they are not madly keen on from time to time in-order to get to the new layer. Learning to eat the duller sorts of biscuits in a selection tin is an important life skill, however the really awful ones that almost nobody likes can be forcibly ditched on the one person who claims to like them in order to get things moving.

Margret Lawyer
Nicey replies: Margret,

You have covered a lot of ground there. Thanks for the description on how to make gallons of tea using sunshine and ice cubes. Of course we remain resolutely unconvinced but good on you for having a go at dissuading us.

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Nicey replies: I think the picture of the Zombie Teddy on your site is actually more worrying.

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