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Penguin Review
Nicey replies: George,

I will indeed take some time out of my hectic Sunday morning schedule to help you out on this one. This is precisely the sort of trouble one can get into if you think overly hard about the classification of biscuits. The simple answer is that the Penguin is of course a biscuit, technically a member of the chocolate covered count line. So called because when they were first introduced biscuits were sold loose by weight, and these new premium biscuits were sold by number or count.

A few other factors for you to consider, they are mostly made from biscuit, by United Biscuits who call them biscuits and they are sold in the biscuit aisle with all the other biscuits, plus they are very good with a cuppa.

Charlie Tomlinson
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Penguin Review
Nicey replies: You won't be keen on what I said about them in our book then.

Paul Williams

Penguin Review
Nicey replies: Really, Green is usually bottom of the list as green things are made from washing up liquid, such as green fruit gums.

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Jeff Glass

Penguin Review
Nicey replies: Actually I thought the jokes were a fairly recent innovation. I remember Penguins when they came in proper foil paper wrappers red, green or blue, that was it. The entertainment lay in choosing the colour you liked most.