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Ginger Nut Review
|We were sailing a small yacht from Falmouth to La Coruna in northern spain, with a crew of myself, my wife and a friend Ian, who being a northerner arrived complete with pint mug for his "propper cuppa", of which he had at least 8 a day.|
The problems with small yachts is that drinking water is limited and finite, our total capacity was 25 gallons, of which Ian got through 8 gallons in tea making alone, during the five day trip.
Arriving at 6.00 am in Spain, having crossed the awsome bay of Biscay, did we celebrate with Champagne? No fear, tea and ginger biscuits!
Ginger Nut Review
|re: ginger nuts|
my dad always told us children that if we could smash a ginger nut into three with our elbow (whilst holding the biscuit in the palm of our other hand) we would get a wish. This no doubt aided our basic dexterity as my brothers and myself can hit a ginger nut into three with our elbows every time. Alas, when I say "every time" i mean every time and it is socially embarressing to be drinking tea in company, reach for the biccies, pick up a ginger nut and automatically smash it against my elbow and smile in satisfaction at getting three bits. Only then do you realise what you were doing. Did my dad make this up to torment or does the ginger nut three bits wish exist??
yours in turmoil
Donalda Bint, Scotland
|Nicey replies: I think your Dad was having you on, still good skills.|