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HobNob Review
Nicey replies: Ahh in 1986 I was destitute having recently graduated from University, so these HobNob bars were probably a bit too extravagant for me. At the time I think I was subsisting on Gingernuts and Digestives. Still they do sound vaguely familiar. As for Spiras they seemed like flakes that had suffered some kind of melting accident and didn't seem to me to advance the state of the art. You can still get Gold bars though last time I looked.

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Nicey replies: Your colleague has plainly lost the plot. As it happens I'm about to have some HobNobs now with my cuppa because they are biscuits, oaty ones.

John Myers

HobNob Review
Nicey replies: Oh I'm with you on the tube thing. If you trawl through the messages at the bottom of the review, where this will shortly go aswell, you'll find a good bit about it.

As for fearing change, I peaked the attention of the Daily Mail so much they came round to our house and interviewed me last year, and I'm still only 39 at least until Saturday.

Maddalena Feliciello

HobNob Review

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HobNob Review
Nicey replies: I hadn't actually realised that about HobNobs, although they aren't listed as wheat free on the United Biscuits special diets page.

You might also console yourself with some Nairns Oat cakes and maybe a pot of nice jam, it could help keep you sane. I've also heard some good reports of wheat free Bourbons stocked at Holland and Barrett I think.