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1 hour ago, Silky Kisser said:

In my eyes, there's not much better than a pack of those Supermarket made, soft chewy cookies. Still warm. 

Delightful. 

This. Especially Tesco's honeycomb and white chocolate ones. They're on offer at the moment, too. A quid for a pack of four.

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Them jaffa cake cookies.

The rate at which these threads are spawning I give it a week before we have no choice but to kick off.....

What is the best thing?

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It's sliced bread, isn't it! That's the best thing!

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7 hours ago, Sergio Mendacious said:

Hobnobs. But more importantly, chocolate hobnobs.

More importantly, plain chocolate Hobnobs.

With lemon curd spread on top of you want to be especially wretched.

Party Rings I enjoy, but now that the colours are muted because of an insistence on natural colouring, they don't exactly scream "Party!" anymore.

These days I get a lot of enjoyment from the good old standards. The Custard Cream. The Bourbon. The Ginger Nut. The Nice biscuit. I'll accept a plain chocolate digestive when red pack Hobnobs aren't available.

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20 minutes ago, Arch Stanton said:

What the fuck are those?! They look like a prop from the set of Dev Alahan's corner shop.

The forerunner of HobNobs, usually found at the bottom of the biscuit barrel along with Lincolns and Digestives.

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Party Rings taste terrible. My mates and I used to buy them every time we got together to watch a PPV and we all agreed they tasted chalky and awful, but forced them down anyway because you gotta have Party Rings for a party! Looking back on it now, it was a strange ritual..

 

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I remember my mum raving about some biscuits she brought back from holiday in the 90's. Apparently she'd never had a bourbon cream before because she was duped in to thinking Oreo was anything more than a variation on the humble midcard variety pack biscuit playing second fiddle to the custard cream.

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my biscuit hack was 2 rich teas. One covered in peanut butter (crunchy), the other, Nutella and sandwich them together.

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