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Nicey replies: Yes this is a very important issue, however, unlikely as it seems it is fairly much a an exercise in self regulation. Now when the government says its going to leave things for an industry to to self regulate you can usually read two things into it. One they don't think its much of a problem and two they don't want to spend a penny on it. In the case of mug size however, we all know when we are being handed an undersized mug and will take whatever steps are required to avoid it in the future. If it's being offered to you by an acquaintance or family member then a quick "Your mugs are a bit on the small side!" comment should prevent future run ins with it. Likewise for those ungainly oversized things that look like small saucepans, one is in danger of acquiring an RSI from drinking from. That's to say nothing of the very real danger of slipping falling forward and immersing one's entire head in scalding hot tea. I think probably the real problem in all of this are those tall thin mugs made from thinner porcelain. There seems to be a sub culture around these, and I'm afraid that Nanny Nicey has gone over to the dark side in her dotage. We acquired one from the Macmillan Cancer Relief and she has taken to it preferring a smaller cuppa, when joining in with Wifey's relentless tea schedule.

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Nicey replies: Evening Mrs Liveinabin,

Yes I had factored in that Elkes would still be knocking out their various cream filled biscuits. They do however make those wonky 3:2 ratio bourbons and a good few years ago we had a run in with a pack of them which were truly non-standard in all aspects. This has meant that I have afforded Elkes biscuits a wide birth since then. However in the meantime they have become part of Northern Foods who own Fox's, and so there have been quite a few new brooms at work. I may pluck up the courage to re-investigate.

Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Hello Keith,

Well they are really not a million miles away from pancakes in their construction, as waffle batter is poured into waffle irons to make them. I would be tempted to treat them in a very similar way to our local Asda which places them in that space between bread and cakes which is occupied by such characters as the Malt loaf, the Lemon and raisin pancake and the Hot cross bun. Mind you on occasion its not unknown for them to leap out into the aisle in a small promotional fixture. Perhaps we need a small circle that overlaps with cakes and bread for things baked on hot surfaces, in which the waffle, crepe, flour tortilla and Welsh cake could all align themselves. I would put the waffle in the bit that overlaps with cakes as it sweet. As waffle scoffing colleague, she is clearly pulling a fast one, if she were truly serious and cared about what people thought she should switch to cream crackers.