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KitKat Review
Nicey replies: Yes it all went wrong for KitKat when they dropped the foil, when will they learn. Never mind your' white chocolate watermelon, gravy and pigeon' flavour, just put normal KitKats back into foil and stop all this uncalled for mucking about.

J Taylor
Nicey replies: Gaining entry into biscuit packets by the advertised route is seldom successful. Niceties such as arrow direction are fairly low down the list when faced with packs with welded tight seams, and token little red strip thingies. Its all part of an elaborate mind game designed to make us value the contents of the pack more. It's a bit like cracking open mixed nuts at Christmas, the really tricky ones like Brazils seem to taste better than the fairly straight forward hazelnuts.

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Nicey replies: Sunshine,

Well that's very nice to hear that yet another of our American cousins has a big stash of PG tips and Hobnobs. If you really want to be a true Anglophile however you'll need to change your name to 'outbreaks of persistent drizzle'.