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  • guts 30 Dec 2009 18:07:09 1,690 posts
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    Ginger nuts, dipped in milk.
    /awaits immature responses...

    Or if I'm feeling flush, fox's ginger crinkle crunch, mmmmmm mmm mmmmmm.
  • ecu 24 Mar 2010 22:16:58 77,858 posts
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    Chocolate digestives are still the best to dunk in tea.

    Regular digestives are amazing, they go perfectly with tea, and with cheese. What an incredibly versatile biscuit.
  • ghearoid 24 Mar 2010 22:20:25 2,293 posts
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    Um, Pocky. Also known as Mikado - the French biscuit stick with chocolate, not the Irish mallow biscuit.
  • mrpon 24 Mar 2010 22:21:40 30,591 posts
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    Dark or Milk ecu?
  • ecu 24 Mar 2010 22:23:03 77,858 posts
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    mrpon wrote:
    Dark or Milk ecu?

    Oh they're both great! But at a push.. dark. :)
  • mrpon 24 Mar 2010 22:25:11 30,591 posts
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    Good man!
  • Syrette 24 Mar 2010 23:04:31 45,504 posts
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    I'd like to reiterate my above comment - there is no better biscuit than the shortbread.

    Anything to the contrary is a lie, simple as.
  • Razz 25 Mar 2010 01:02:19 62,238 posts
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    I hope yuou are referring the round sugar dusted shortbread that comes in the tartan packaging. Nothing else compares. Sometimes I wish a mug big enough to dunk the entire thing. :)
  • heyyo 25 Mar 2010 01:07:08 14,364 posts
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    Rich Tea.

    What?
  • ecu 25 Mar 2010 01:17:52 77,858 posts
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    Shortbread is way too heavy. I can eat one or two then I'm sick of 'em.

    With digestives I can munch through most of a packet in a night. That's probably not a good thing..
  • Razz 25 Mar 2010 08:09:58 62,238 posts
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    Yep, especially since each biscuit is about 87 calories each :/
  • redcrayon 25 Mar 2010 08:12:39 4,616 posts
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    The humble Bourbon. Chocolatey goodness and slim enough that you get loads in the packet.

    One-on-one, the jammy dodger may just beat it but you only get ten or so for twice the price.
  • Vice.Destroyer 25 Mar 2010 08:59:26 6,258 posts
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    Choco Leibniz, Milk, by Bahlsen. Best biscuits in the world, bar none.
  • localnotail 6 May 2010 01:32:00 23,084 posts
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    Wasn't sure where else to put these: the ultimate stoner snack
  • thelzdking 6 May 2010 01:34:26 4,666 posts
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    I'm a bit stoned and I could go for one of them. However chocolate malted milks are my favourite.
  • Deleted user 4 October 2011 18:22:13
    Foxs Ambers Caramel
  • xandaca 4 Oct 2011 19:29:23 444 posts
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    I've been eating Jaffa Cakes by the metric tonnage recently, no idea why. They're amazing with a glass of milk though.
  • danathjo 4 Oct 2011 20:12:26 7,727 posts
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    haven't had a biscuit in months but today managed half a pack of tesco's custard creams, maybe not the best but soooo good
  • BillMurray 4 Oct 2011 20:31:55 8,282 posts
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    Not in a million years are Jaffas a biscuit.
  • gammonbanter 4 Oct 2011 20:39:39 1,549 posts
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    Let's keep it to traditional bought in a pack biscuits shall we, no big cookies and the such! (amazing as they are).

    I can tell you what I don't like, bloody Jammy Dodgers - yuck! Chalky biscuit and cement like "red" filling. Awful shit!

    Can I suggest caramel fill chocolate digestives!?
  • danathjo 4 Oct 2011 20:44:24 7,727 posts
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    what about jam donuts from the supermarket squished flat like a biscuit, can that be my favourite?
  • the_dudefather 4 Oct 2011 20:45:19 9,643 posts
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    Ginger nuts and custard creams, regardless of the size of the packet, they are all demolished within seconds of coming within arms reach
  • gammonbanter 4 Oct 2011 20:47:43 1,549 posts
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    danathjo wrote:
    what about jam donuts from the supermarket squished flat like a biscuit, can that be my favourite?

    I love finding one like that at the bottom of my bag from like 2 days earlier!

    /checks for ants and eats
  • danathjo 4 Oct 2011 20:49:44 7,727 posts
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    give it 10-20 secs in the microwave and she'll be right, just a bit chewy :)
  • gammonbanter 4 Oct 2011 20:51:40 1,549 posts
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    I can't remember - why do some biscuits go stale and others hard!?
  • Genji 5 Oct 2011 05:24:31 19,682 posts
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    Tim Tams
    Shortbread
    Pocky
  • BillMurray 5 Oct 2011 08:46:47 8,282 posts
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    gammonbanter wrote:

    I can't remember - why do some biscuits go stale and others hard!?

    Cake goes hard, biscuits go soft.
  • grey_matters 5 Oct 2011 08:58:06 3,931 posts
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    the_dudefather wrote:
    Ginger nuts and custard creams, regardless of the size of the packet, they are all demolished within seconds of coming within arms reach
    An honourable mention must go out to Fox's Ginger Creams which do a reasonable job of mixing the two.
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