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LadyClariceCannockMonty Wed 13-Jul-11 11:54:24

use it purely for dunking biscuits in e.g. chuck the rest away once I've finished dunking? I've had my fill of tea and coffee this morning but desperately wanted a couple of biscuits, and I cannot abide a biscuit dry.

Are you an unashamed dunker? A closet dipper? Or are you clutching your handbag in horror at the uncouthness of the very idea?

Paschaelina Wed 13-Jul-11 11:55:48

My SIL does this. She hates tea and coffee, but loves a custard cream.

I dunk and drink, and sometimes I have to spoon the bottom of the cup because the biscuit falls apart.

SootySweepandSue Wed 13-Jul-11 12:07:14

This is fine.

A happy alternative would be to melt a few pieces of chocolate bar in the microwave in a small pot and to dip the biscuit in that. There is something silly about melted chocolate IMHO.

LadyClariceCannockMonty Wed 13-Jul-11 12:11:07

Paschaelina, that biscuit detritus is the one downside of dunking as far as I'm concerned. <boak> at the thought.

Sooty, I like your style but these particular biscuits are chocolatey (lovely melty Viennese things in case anyone cares) and I have an issue with hot chocolate and chocolate-based biscuits. Hot chocolate and an oatmeal/raisin type biscuit, on the other hand ...

Paschaelina Wed 13-Jul-11 12:35:10

LadyClarice it's a lovely bonus at the end and what the teaspoon's really for smile

LadyClariceCannockMonty Wed 13-Jul-11 12:39:14

Oh god, no, I can't handle smushy biscuit dredge!

LittleMissFlustered Wed 13-Jul-11 12:40:49

I've been known to make a brew specifically for the purpose of dunking a couple of digestives in. No shame in itsmile

bubaluchy Wed 13-Jul-11 12:43:40

I'm with you on that one- YANBU! The trouble is, a cup of tea can take a full pack of custard nom nom nom smile

LadyClariceCannockMonty Wed 13-Jul-11 12:46:21

Excellent news. I'm so glad I'm not BU.

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