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return of the silly servey by arty_farty on 21 March 2007 3:54pm
 
its been gone too long so i thought i'd bring it back, the theme is biscuits/cookies

1. dunking biscuits, nice or nasty?

2. white chip or milk chip cookies?

3. describe the ultimate biscuit


4. garibaldi or hobnob?

5. do you consider penguins as a bicky or chocolate bar?

6. custard cream or bourbon creme?

7. does bigger equal better?

8. whats the last biscuit or cookie you ate?

9. gingerbread men or gingerbread people?

10. how many cookies can you fit in your mouth?


thanks for playing :)
 
Re: return of the silly servey by Spursfan on 21 March 2007 4:26pm
 
1. nice at home, nasty in public

2. Either/both - if I have to choose, white chip

3. Probably home-made; hob-nob like and huge!! For dunking, the ideal would be a rich tea that never went TOO soggy and stayed intact.

4. Hob-nob

5. A penguin is a choccie biscuit (biscuits of the penguin ilk are called 'work bikkies' by me as they are good in lunch boxes!

6. Bourbon creme

7. Sometimes

8. M & S all-butter Scottish shortbread - mmmmmmm!

9. Gingerbread men of course!! [You get an extra bit snigger snigger]

10. Only one, for I have a petite little rosebud of a mouth (lie lie)!!

Anne
 
Re: return of the silly servey by germanladyinnorway on 21 March 2007 4:59pm
 
I do not have a clue at all what you are talking about but it sounds pretty delicious anyway.
I have a brother living in the UK...Is there something I HAVE to try when I see him? He lives in Scotland...

Lena
 
Re: return of the silly servey by arty_farty on 21 March 2007 6:55pm
 
if you don't understand the servey its-self, don't worry. i just ask people about random topics and giggle at the answers.

if you don't understand what biscuits are, here's a wikipedia article to help

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biscuits
(just read the top half as im talking about the english biscuits, not the american ones)
 
Re: return of the silly servey by Palin_Lover on 21 March 2007 9:32pm
 
I feel dreadfully left out. Is this a British thing? I don't understand most of it....lol.
 
Re: return of the silly servey by kazzzz on 22 March 2007 2:43am
 
Nice one Artster :)1. dunking biscuits, nice or nasty?.. Nasty the go soggy and fall in ewww

2. white chip or milk chip cookies? Dark!

3. describe the ultimate biscuit
Any that's got more than one type of choc in it and perferably coffee filling:)


4. garibaldi or hobnob? Garibaldi

5. do you consider penguins as a bicky or chocolate bar? Bikky, they're the same as a TIMTAM but not as nice. Either that or a creme egg ;)

6. custard cream or bourbon creme? Vodka?

7. does bigger equal better? Noooo..digestives are huge and bland and awful!

8. whats the last biscuit or cookie you ate? Venetian iced bikky mmmm

9. gingerbread men or gingerbread people? Gingerbread heffalumps

10. how many cookies can you fit in your mouth? Fngghgmgggfffttt
 
Re: return of the silly servey by Miss-M on 22 March 2007 4:47am
 
1. dunking biscuits, nice or nasty? Depends on the biscuits. Usually that sort of behaviour is acceptable for old men with no teeth, but looks rather nasty in general.

2. white chip or milk chip cookies? Milk chip cookies, thanks.

3. describe the ultimate biscuit? Double chocolate chip, preferably with some fudge in there. Mmmmmmmm!!

4. garibaldi or hobnob? Ain't that some kind of a snag? I thought hobnob described that act of congregating and chewing the fat.

5. do you consider penguins as a bicky or chocolate bar? I consider them to be a group of aquatic, flightless birds living almost exclusively in the Southern Hemisphere (courtesy of Wikipedia).

6. custard cream or bourbon creme? Is the custard made from eggs or is it some cheap packet mix? And is the Bourbon courtesy of my mate Johnnie?

7. does bigger equal better? Are we still talking about biscuits?

8. whats the last biscuit or cookie you ate? A home made milk chocolate chip cookie. And yes, it was from a cheap packet mix.

9. gingerbread men or gingerbread people? In the age of equal opportunity and equality of the sexes, the politically correct answer is people. And we are all politically correct here, aren't we?

10. how many cookies can you fit in your mouth? I refuse to look like a farm animal to answer that question.
 
Re: return of the silly servey by Caty on 22 March 2007 4:49am
 
haha I gotta agree with Mary, I don't get many of these questions! lol I like the idea of a silly survey tho! lol
 
Re: return of the silly servey by arty_farty on 22 March 2007 2:46pm
 
most of the time it doesn't make much sense, just answer what you can or wait for the next one.
 
Re: return of the silly servey by Palin_Lover on 22 March 2007 5:30pm
 
Yeah, Caty, it sounded like fun and I even started to fill it out and then I was like...oops, culture boundary.
 
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