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    Garibaldi!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    Garibaldi!
    Noo noo lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by contink View Post
    Never! Double chocolate digestives dunked in piping hot tea... Rule!
    I'm sorry, but that's plain wrong in the head! You're melting the chocolate, diluting it in the tea, and you'll have a oil slick forming on the surface. NO NO NO!

    I shall have to go and have a lie down now.... maybe after a quick mince pie.


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    Sorry, all wrong

    Cookies are the one biscuit to rule them all. They even have their own monster. Followed by any form of Christmas biscuit (M&S / Foxes)

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    I'm sorry but you're all wrong. I've been on this planet for 45 years now and there is only one biscuit to rule them all - the garibaldi.

    I've travelled all over the world and eaten some bizarre things described as biscuits, but it's always great to come home to a cup of Earl Grey, a garibaldi, and British telly.
    Last edited by tech_guy; 27th December 2008 at 08:24 PM. Reason: A visiting friend made an unsuitable observation for me!

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    Biscuit Browns!

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    Chocolate Hobnobs!

    [sulk]I still have't forgiven whoever nicked my last one from the staff room[/sulk]

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    GARIBALDI

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmount View Post
    Biscuit Browns!
    AAARRRGGGHHHHH Bog Blockers!!!!! I still have nightmares.

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    Please ignore all the buscuit suggestions above - they are all clearly from trolls as the true best biscuit is the Ginger Nut.

    Jonathan

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    I'm sorry but you're all wrong. I've been on this planet for 45 years now and there is only one biscuit to rule them all - the garibaldi.

    I've travelled all over the world and eaten some bizarre things described as biscuits, but it's always great to come home to a cup of Earl Grey, a garibaldi, and British telly.
    45 years and you still enjoy british telly? *hail*

    +1 for the Ginger Nut!

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    No, I'm probably stretching things a bit too far with the British telly bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    GARIBALDI
    Nope. The Garibaldi is just a mean spirited, dried up, poor relative of the Eccle's Cake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duncane View Post
    Nope. The Garibaldi is just a mean spirited, dried up, poor relative of the Eccle's Cake.
    Which in itself is just a poor version of the splendid Chorley cake! And you can call me Susan if it isn't so!!
    Last edited by jcollings; 27th December 2008 at 11:20 PM.

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    So moving on my favorite chocolate bar has to be WISPA

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