The Great Heartland Biscuit Thread

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markfiend wrote:I think the Russians' problem is that they've heard that proper tea is theft.
Careful with that joke, sir - it's an antique!
That reminds me more of French than Russians, Proudhon if i am not mistaken :lol:
Proudhon indeed. I stand corrected. ;D
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Even cats know that you shouldn't put this much milk in a cuppa.
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EvilBastard wrote:Even cats know that you shouldn't put this much milk in a cuppa.
People shouldn't put any milk in tea. And certainly not be dunking biscuits digestive or otherwise. :twisted: I may be a bit of a tea fascist. ;D :wink:
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abridged wrote:
EvilBastard wrote:Even cats know that you shouldn't put this much milk in a cuppa.
People shouldn't put any milk in tea. And certainly not be dunking biscuits digestive or otherwise. :twisted: I may be a bit of a tea fascist. ;D :wink:
Says the man who puts blackcurrant in Guinness. :urff:

At least you have the decency to not dunk in that.
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I'd dunk something in it. Just not a biscuit.
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Tinker wrote:I'd dunk something in it. Just not a biscuit.
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mh wrote:
abridged wrote:
EvilBastard wrote:Even cats know that you shouldn't put this much milk in a cuppa.
People shouldn't put any milk in tea. And certainly not be dunking biscuits digestive or otherwise. :twisted: I may be a bit of a tea fascist. ;D :wink:
Says the man who puts blackcurrant in Guinness. :urff:

At least you have the decency to not dunk in that.
I will convert you yet Mr. Michael! I thought a Sisters forum would be the natural home for purple Guinness drinkers! Has nobody any sense of history?! :wink: ;D
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Charlie wrote:
Tinker wrote:I'd dunk something in it. Just not a biscuit.
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:eek: Seconded.
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EvilBastard wrote:Manx residents spend 82p a week on chocolate biscuits.

This is the kind of news we need.
There is a separate listing for ’chocolate biscuits - anything coated, fully or partly in chocolate - excluding chocolate chip'


That's a whole new debate right there - when is a chocolate biscuit not a chocolate biscuit!

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Empire biscuits of course.
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abridged wrote:....
purple Guinness
...
:eek: :eek:
What is that? :roll:
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iesus wrote:
abridged wrote:....
purple Guinness
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:eek: :eek:
What is that? :roll:
Guinness with a shot of blackcurrant cordial.

Yes, really.
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markfiend wrote:
iesus wrote:
abridged wrote:....
purple Guinness
...
:eek: :eek:
What is that? :roll:
Guinness with a shot of blackcurrant cordial.

Yes, really.
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Sounds interesting ;D
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Pista wrote:Bring it on!

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They do kinda look like cat turds though :lol: :lol: :lol:
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:eek:

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Pista wrote:Bring it on!

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Methinks Sirrah that you have just declared war! Name your second! Pistols at dawn! :wink:
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abridged wrote:Name your second!
Hang on a sec...... *dials phone number*


....Hello? Mum? You free early tomorrow?.... :innocent:
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Pista wrote:
abridged wrote:Name your second!
Hang on a sec...... *dials phone number*


....Hello? Mum? You free early tomorrow?.... :innocent:
Heh. Hmmm in that case maybe a pint rather than a duel? :wink: Now can I interest you in a purple Guinness? ;D :wink:
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abridged wrote: Heh. Hmmm in that case maybe a pint rather than a duel? :wink: Now can I interest you in a purple Guinness? ;D :wink:
:lol: :lol:

That's one drink I won't be dunking a biccie in :D
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Oh best beloveds, the time has come to share with you the most momentous news. Are you ready for this?

FUCT is pleased, proud, and honoured to announce that, in partnership with Netflix, it is sponsoring Vir Das' comedy special, "Vir Das: for India". In recognition of this, Mr Das has included in his routine an homage, not only to tea, but to the dunking of biscuits therein. Specifically, the Parle G biscuit which, in his benighted ignorance, he claims is the best biscuit in the world (sure, we gave them independence, but there was no effing way we were going to let them get their paws on Our Noble Bourbons, dammit!). While he is of course wrong, in this assessment, we here at FUCT recognise that he has to play to his home crowd.

Anyway, should you feel so inclined I heartily recommend this show to you, not only because of the biscuit-dunking material, but also the rest his stuff isn't bad either.
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