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Ellie French
The FrenchDunking
Nicey replies: I must admit it's never really occurred to me to dunk a French biscuit, much in the way we don't tend to drive on the proper left hand side of the road when over there, but well done for trying. It does show that our biscuits are much more designed for the British way of life than we might suspect. I'm sure you haven't done any permanent harm to your relationship through your biscuit impropriety. It sounds like the sort situation that most well adjusted blokes would approve of whole heartedly.

Ramon Baker

McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review
Nicey replies: Yes I think this has all been pointed out to them. None the less the common sense - staring you in the face answer apparently isn't the right one. Its just one of those charming little quirks in the biscuit universe.

James Lloyd

Oreo Review
Nicey replies: James:

I'm sure you are performing a vital service to humanity, it'll either be a valuable archive or a chilling warning. Let us know when its up and running, and don't forget the Philippine's Hi-Ro and the Spanish Millennium biscuits or those Turkish Tempo biscuits we did the other week.

Mark Pennington
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Sue Roberts
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Nicey replies: No matches for what? There are plenty of matches to emails that mention cheese or might be about to mention cheese. I'm not sure if we are ready to be drawn into cracker reviewing as yet, although its not a huge leap of the imagination I'll grant you.