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||Your bloke off to the Antarctic should take ginger biscuits and nibble them slowly to avoid seasickness. Well they are generally suggested to help avoid morning sickness so they might work. Pregnant women are told to lie in bed whilst partner brings in nice cup of tea and a couple of ginger nuts to start the day off well. Let's face it any day that starts with tea and biscuits in bed can't be all bad can it.|
|Nicey replies: Sound advice Paula, I know the Wife would agree with you on the whole tea/staying in bed thing.|
||Whatever happened to Barnstormers (the Asda equivalent of Hob-nobs)? They were larger and cheaper than their McVities equivalent representing a large boon for the discerned hob-nob eater. Many is the time I reminisce of my late Grandfather offering me a Barnstormer, which proceeded to disintegrate in my mouth. On closer inspection it was found to be infested with little weevils and on investigation of available primary evidence (the packet), were found to be 3 years out of date.|
As for the pink wafer debate, I don't mind them. A handy tip to get more out of your wafer is to separate the ply's and then you get about 5 thinner wafers for the price of a thick one. Look out for stale wafers though, they taste like chipboard.
Stale biscuit connoisseur.