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Topics: Food, Biscuits, cookies

Thursday, 1 October 2009

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Typical Biscuit Eating Scientist

A biscuit has been developed by government scientists that is entirely friction free. The implications of this new biscuit will reach far and wide in offices and work places the world over, wherever people enjoy a coffee/tea and biscuit break.

People who dunk there biscuits in a liquid before eating will notice the ability to dunk and re dunk as and when you please as the biscuit will not fully absorb the moisture as it slicks off the friction free surface. Others who enjoy biscuits outside will be able to play Frisbee with them as they will be much more aerodynamic. A further advantage is that if the packet is left open they will not go soft and retain there crunch almost all the time.

A senior MP praised the scientists for such a breakthrough claiming "This proves that the British science community is always looking for ways to improve the planet as a whole, we may not be able to cure disease or global warming or river and sea pollution but get enough of the top scientists in the country round a table and they'll have a cup of tea and solve the worlds biscuit problems".

We asked the people on the street what they thought and the general response was "Just when you thought the world couldn't get much more mental a bunch of scientists with too much time and money on there hands do something crazy like this......6 dunks you say? well I might have a go on them....no this is just stupid its a biscuit.... a Frisbee too you say well that's bloody brilliant when are they out?"

So a nation of fickle biscuit connoisseurs we may be but that's why we're the quirky Brits!

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