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The definitive TLW biscuit poll

The definitive TLW biscuit poll  

73 members have voted

  1. 1. This shit needs sorting, so vote for your favourite.

    • Custard Cream
    • Rich Tea
    • Digestive
      0
    • Chocolate Digestive
    • Hobnob
      0
    • Chocolate Hobnob
    • Garibaldi
    • Jammie Dodger
    • Malted Milk
    • Chocolate Malted Milk
      0
    • Shortbread
    • Choco Leibniz
    • Lotus Biscoff
      0
    • Ginger Nut
    • Fox’s Ginger Crunch Cream
    • Fox’s Golden Crunch Cream
    • Pink Wafer
      0
    • Nice
      0
    • Bourbon
    • Other (please state)


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31 minutes ago, VladimirIlyich said:

People used to buy these for me for christmas. Its fair to say I never see these people any more.

Terry’s Chocolate Orange is boss.

 

 

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This thread isn't nearly acrimonious enough, this is biscuits we're talking about here you bunch of fucking diplomats.

 

Two votes for Ginger Nuts makes the Cuban Missile Crisis look like an argument over play doh in a nursery.

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47 minutes ago, Vincent Vega said:

Why aren’t Kit Kat and Time Out on here Manero you cunt?

 

 

 

* Is that better Mook?

The poll wouldn’t let me add any more choices, so blame Usher. Anyway, Kit Kit and Time Out are, arguably, chocolate bars.

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4 hours ago, VladimirIlyich said:

People used to buy these for me for christmas. Its fair to say I never see these people any more.

Ungrateful wretch

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I have a Terry's Chocolate Orange in the house right now that I brought back last weekend. Cost a quid in Poundland. Tony isn't going to like it being in the fridge like. 

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14 minutes ago, cloggypop said:

I have a Terry's Chocolate Orange in the house right now that I brought back last weekend. Cost a quid in Poundland. Tony isn't going to like it being in the fridge like. 

Fuck’s sake, cloggy, what do you take me for? I always refrigerate chocolate.

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34 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Fuck’s sake, cloggy, what do you take me for? I always refrigerate chocolate.

Soz, Tone. I thought you were just a ten minutes before eating kind of man. 

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3 votes for gingernuts is merely indicative of the percentage of the population who enjoy privately torturing and murdering small animals.

 

And any combination of chocolate and orange is a form of Satanic worship.

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9 hours ago, Captain Howdy said:

Garibaldi, lovely they are

Just reminded me of my call centre days leaving a post it on a team leaders desk with a post it containing Fox's biscuits head quarters and "G. Baldi (Gary) urgent callback required'

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12 hours ago, Champ said:

Quick heads up, Mudface (explain that username), the shop’s closed on Sundays.

 

 

Ah bum. Have to see if we can get across before Christmas instead. Did you go there yesterday, btw?

 

Mudface is just an old nickname from school. I had a ball booted in my face during break and didn't have time to wash properly before the next lesson.

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14 minutes ago, Mudface said:

Mudface is just an old nickname from school. I had a ball booted in my face during break and didn't have time to wash properly before the next lesson.

 

I sympathise. My teachers didn’t like me either.

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On 11/23/2018 at 9:58 PM, Tony Moanero said:

These are amazing.

 

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And where might I be able to purchase these, Tony?

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12 hours ago, Mook said:

This thread isn't nearly acrimonious enough, this is biscuits we're talking about here you bunch of fucking diplomats.

 

Two votes for Ginger Nuts makes the Cuban Missile Crisis look like an argument over play doh in a nursery.

I just find it quite hard to get too excited about biscuits, or maybe that’s just me.

A lot of the biscuits on that list are the kinds of things they serve up on cheapskate training courses. To be honest, I’d rather have nothing than eat them. Waste of good calories. In fact, I usually take my own rather than run the risk of being caught in that dilemma come the coffee/tea break.

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2 hours ago, Mudface said:

Ah bum. Have to see if we can get across before Christmas instead. Did you go there yesterday, btw?

 

Mudface is just an old nickname from school. I had a ball booted in my face during break and didn't have time to wash properly before the next lesson.

That’s such a shit nickname it’s great.

 

On the shortbread shop...yes, I did get there. I loved the vibe...and the smell of cooking biscuits...but was a bit underwhelmed by the limited selection. I bought 4 but am waiting to savour them properly.

 

Forumites, I think it must be fair to say that Mudface has done all right for himself. The shortbreads were £1.30 each!

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9 hours ago, cloggypop said:

Soz, Tone. I thought you were just a ten minutes before eating kind of man. 

Only chocolate bars that go brittle, Double Decker, Toffee Crisp, etc.

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1 hour ago, Mudface said:

Ha, it's a once a year thing- it's Happy Shopper value custard creams the rest of the time.

I’ll bet

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7 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Only chocolate bars that go brittle, Double Decker, Toffee Crisp, etc.

Ha ha! I also have Double Deckers, Toffee Crisps, Picnics and Topics in there right now. 

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What makes the shortbread biscuit the best is that not only is it a great biscuit on its own, but it still goes well with chocolate, or dried fruit, or nuts, or icing filling/topping, or a jam filling/topping, or...

 

Choco Leibniz are really nice, but would they be as nice if it was just the biscuit on its own?

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