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Pauline Wilson
Nicey replies: Pauline,

I'm not sure how you got hold of one of my biscuits as I tend to make them on a Saturday and keep them in a tin, till Sunday when the youngest member of staff plays football. We have a flask of tea and a few at half time. Still glad they cheered you up on the Norwich to Manchester flight.

My travels to and from Norwich in the early 1980s were always via National Express coach, where one was lucky to get a cup of Max Pax instant something. As I recall the main trick with Max Pax beverages was to read the description of the drink 'Tea' or 'Coffee' on the cup as taste, smell and appearance were insufficient evidence to go on. The second import thing was to make sure that all the powered muck in the bottom had been fully mixed with the hottish water, else lumps of it could fall into your mouth as you drank it.

I fear I may have wandered off the point now.



Richard Kitching
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Tim Tam vs Penguin Review
Nicey replies: Richard,

Firstly I shall be using our airplan icon for your message which until now has mean't issues with tea and biscuits arising whilst on an airplane, or something like that. It now also encompasses anything that people who work for airlines have to say.

We've been told before that the United Arab Emirates have blocked some of our content, I suppose we should be flattered that they have gone to so much trouble on our account. We would tone down our offensive language if we knew what it was we were saying. Perhaps in future they could just underline the offending bits in red and put a note at the bottom.

As for Biscuit Correspondent Hiromi, we have her latest report coming right up.


Mint Viscount Review
Nicey replies: Orange Viscounts are thought to be missing in action in their proper full size versions, but I think you can get tubs of mini ones which seems awkward and fiddly, mint or orange.

Jim Fussell
Nicey replies: Whilst I have no desire to bring down the wrath of a budget airline upon us, it does let me use a very succinct set of icons.

Maggie Leung

HobNob Review
Nicey replies: Maggie,

That really is an awful lot of HobNobs, I'm sure the people at McVities will be dabbing away a small tear of pride from the corner of their eyes. It also sounds wise that you are sharing them with your friend. Also very pleased to see you bringing some PG Tips to San Jose, this will go a long way to redressing the balance for that cup of tea I had there in 1999 (chapter 1 of the book!).