I'm sure there was a poll a couple of months ago
mine's gotta be custard creams
what were those pink wafer ones?
The Jaffa Cakes brand team scored a McVitie's first in July 2000, when they signed a sponsorship deal with Manchester United. Jaffa Cakes became one of Man Utd's eleven 'platinum' sponsors but the only one focussing on kids in the UK.Jaffa Cakes were already enjoyed by the team and were officially launched as the teams favourite half time snack. The campaign's success was based on the product truth that Jaffa Cakes are low in fat and high in carbohydrates and so are a great energy provider.It was for this very reason that Sven announced that Jaffa Cakes would join the England squad in Japan for the 2002 World Cup as part of their training diet. The publicity was amazing, culminating in a spectacular story of a McVitie's Jaffa Cake being found with the face of David Beckham, the team captain, on it!!!
Pink Panther ?
Rich Tea, dipped in a cuppa, can't beat it
These Australian favourites are made with rolled oats, desiccated coconut and golden syrup, giving them a distinctive homemade texture. This perfectly complements the luxury chocolate cream filling.A South African biscuit company, Bakers first launched these biscuits, in the 1940s and Arnott’s starting making the biscuits under license in the 1960s.The recipe was slightly changed to account for Australian tastes and a secret ingredient was added to the cream to make it truly delicious.There are now two varieties of Kingston:# Kingston# Kingston White Chocolate Cream Limited Edition 2002
He's only askin what biscuit you like not what the friggin Pope eats
and he's wrong. It's gingernuts that are the finest. And Pope John Paul said theKingston's were shite
"The key isn't the system itself, but how the players adapt on the pitch. It doesn't matter if it's 4-3-3 or 4-4-2, it's the role of the players that counts." Rafa Benitez
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