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Dave Spence

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I am sat reading the forum with a big mug of tea and a few dunkers. Tonights biscuits of choice are custard creams, IMO, these are second only to the mighty hobnob, the king of dunkers. My problem is that as I am diabetic I have to limit myself with half a dozen on a plate otherwise I turn into a magician and make the whole pack disappear :coffee::coffee::coffee:
 

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I am sat reading the forum with a big mug of tea and a few dunkers. Tonights biscuits of choice are custard creams, IMO, these are second only to the mighty hobnob, the king of dunkers. My problem is that as I am diabetic I have to limit myself with half a dozen on a plate otherwise I turn into a magician and make the whole pack disappear :coffee::coffee::coffee:
I'm with you completely Dave! Both custard creams and hob nobs are easily the best biscuits. And it's weird how one minute they are there, the next they are gone!
 

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@Pompous git Watcha John, you will be in trouble for posting pornographic images, ages since I had a Bourbon.

Whilst on the subject, is a Garibaldi a biscuit or a cracker?
 

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My problem is that as I am diabetic I have to limit myself with half a dozen on a plate otherwise I turn into a magician and make the whole pack disappear :coffee::coffee::coffee:

HALF A DOZENo_Oo_Oo_Oo_O My blood sugars would go through the roof with 6 and I would need a BIG dose of insulin. I only get one if I’m lucky.
 

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That is a very good question Dave and you have come to the right bloke because I take my biscuit eating very seriously.

A garibaldi is a biscuit and definitely not a cracker {I know all about crackers}, a cracker is crisp and crunchy. I hope I have put
your mind at rest.
 

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That is a very good question Dave and you have come to the right bloke because I take my biscuit eating very seriously.

A garibaldi is a biscuit and definitely not a cracker {I know all about crackers}, a cracker is crisp and crunchy. I hope I have put
your mind at rest.

Im sleeping soundly TRonight now Sir Pomp (y)
 

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Oatie biscuits from Aldi are like hobnobs but not as sweet and are 1/3rd of the price and better-tasting......
Being as you are from Yorkshire, I thought you would have cottoned on to these.....
 

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That is a very good question Dave and you have come to the right bloke because I take my biscuit eating very seriously.

A garibaldi is a biscuit and definitely not a cracker {I know all about crackers}, a cracker is crisp and crunchy. I hope I have put
your mind at rest.
Thank you my Lord?
 

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Is a jaffa cake a biscuit or a cake - think there was even a VAT case to decide that one ? Cake won I think....
 
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