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Alistair20000

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Now come on Al. Let's return to the really important matters of the day.
WHAT SORT OF BISCUITS WERE THE CHOICE DE JOUR?
A nation (and Devon Lies) await this world-shattering exclusive.
Its a fair question.

Despite Brexit We can still get these Belgian delights.

Other biscuits available of course.




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Management procures these but I think you may be right.

A client who would normally get his biscuits from Fortnum & Mason thought they were great. I was secretly advised later that they "are not at all expensive"

P.S. The pic was a possible EACQ question but failed to make the cut.
 

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One smallish size (modern plastic) milk container - almost certainly available at a supermarket near you.
Just read the label - it will say 1 ltr (or something similarl)
Then just rinse, fill and repeat as necessary.
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Shirley with Brexit the wretched litre should have been given the Spanish Archer ? :mad:
 

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Shirley with Brexit the wretched litre should have been given the Spanish Archer ? :mad:
Unfortunately like most of the rest of world archery the Spanish use metric equipment (which means that their arrows, being approx 10% longer) would have beaten their imperial equivalent to the mark.
PS: BELGIAN biscuits??? Surely you should be joining the march of the patriotic UK makers and compensating for the dramatic fall in food exports by sticking to tried and trusted McVities?
 

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In another biscuit related bit of news I hear that, in retaliation for Ms Sturgeon's travel ban Mr Burnham is considering a ban on imports of Tunnocks Tea Cakes and Irn Bru to the Greater Manchester area.
That'll teach those Caledonian ingrates
 
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