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McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review

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McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review
Nicey replies: Well it can only add to our stature to publish the Daily Mail's cast offs. Anyhow the subject you raise has been debated many times on NCOTAASD and we think they should be eaten choc side up and that the biscuit has its polarity or 'up-ness' inverted by the addition of chocolate. McVities tell us that they consider the biscuits up-ness to be immutable and so it is technically upside down.

As for grips we advocate holding it by the edges with the thump and first three fingers spaced at 8,11,1 and 4 o'clock positions. Eating commences from the six o'clock direction. It also leaves the little finger free for elegance, always a consideration when demolishing packs of chocolate biscuits.

Tom Keal

McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review

Kerry White

McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review
Nicey replies: Of course I can see why they are saying that for technical reasons, and its quite a nice official answer because its the logical one rather than the instinctive one. However, among the masses the consensus was firmly with the polarity reverse idea. I'll put a poll up next week and we can all vote on it, that way everyone can choose the answer they like best.

Kerry White

McVities Milk Chocolate Digestive Review
Nicey replies: The chocolate is indeed applied to the bottom of the biscuit, but the consensus opinion (we have thrashed this out in the past) is that this then reverses the polarity of the biscuit so that the chocolate side is now the top. This is so blindingly obvious, as everybody eats them chocolate side up and puts them on plates chocolate side up and even photographs them for the pictures on the packet chocolate side up. Hope you sleep better tonight.