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Anyway the point I am making is you can NOT beat a good cup of Tea with biscuits.
Far too many tech companies have dropped this tradition and pump their staff with High-Energy drinks etc etc.
Tea & Biscuits, Good for you.
(now which biscuits are the best)
Shortbread goes down nicely :)
ive been in and out a few jobs - some have designated breaks and some didnt.
the best was working for a charity that rented out conference rooms to subsidise their income - whenever there was a booking we could help ourselves to the leftover cakes in the afternoons.
Ive also been at a few places where friday is "cake day" and staff take turns buying a load of cakes for everyone. :)
As regards to the best biscuit I have been eating half coated chocolate hob nobs, is it an English biscuit? :)
Because of this unexpected kindness from work (probaly another round of sackings coming up) I pushed myself harder at the gym last night and will tomorrow night as well!
Although you didn't request it here's my favourite all-round tea - Dilmah. Full leaf, unblended, fresh packed, swiftly shipped, mountain Ceylon. The best. Never goes bitter in the pot.
You completely lost me now!
(2 pieces of chicken, and a biscuit, please)
This is what my friend Signi keeps telling me. I oblige now and then. Depends on her mood. Not married to it or anything. But given druthers I reach for the moo. What's bred in the bone, eh?
> can taste the tea too
Dilmah has no problem with it. Lot's of flavour. It's steeping as we speak.
All time fav: Plain (not milk) chocolate digestives
Second: Shortbread (the more buttery the better, i like McVities)
Third: Mint Viscounts (does that count?)
Forth: Ginger Nuts
Absolutly hate: Hob Nobs, Milk Chocolate Digestives
But 4 o clock is for afternoon tea with scones (no currants, they have no place in my world!)