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Nicey replies: Yes I see the problems, although you already seem to have taken steps to address some of the issues. The core problem seems to be the rapid emptying of the biscuit barrel and premature loss of biscuits. As for palming off the younger members of staff with cheaper biscuits, don't worry about it as they only have themselves to blame for this.

I would suggest simply upping your purchase of entry level biscuits. Plain shortcakes, triple packs of mixed biscuits that sort of thing (but not the really cheap ones). They'll still take a hammering but you shouldn't feel so distressed, and you should be able to keep a pack or two to replenish the barrel. By all means get some decent ones in and keep the packs in a secure location, only produce them for immediate sharing with those nice family cuppas.

Unfortunately the NCOTAASD younger members of staff are still too junior to make our tea despite Wifey's frequent suggestions at 7.30am that they go and make it.

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Nicey replies: I think that has made me proud.

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Nicey replies: Yep, what ever it takes for you folks to survive, as I have said we drink PG Tips.

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Nicey replies: Well now is the time of year, but mostly now you need to get it indirectly as a container of mixed crackers for cheese. This is where we obtained ours, and I'm sure I saw them in the shops last year. It was either M&S or Sainsbury's. After you have scoffed the crackers you'll have a nice biscuit tin.