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biscuits Plain vs Chocolate Digestive

Which do you prefer   37 votes

  1. 1. Do you like it "Plain Jane" or "Slutty Sally"

    • Plain old digestive for me
      3
    • Chocolate digestive!
      30
    • Neither!
      1
    • I am (insert age) and wat is dis?
      3

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Inspired by the Custard Cream or Bourbon thread (also, please vote!) my question to you is:

 

So do you like: (either dark or milk)

 

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Or:

 

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Let the battle commence!

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Plain

 

Lovely with some chocolate Philadelphia cheese too.

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Chocolate Digestive, milk chocolate. ;)

 

Should really have added another choice for dark/plain or milk chocolate

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well:

 

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Chocolate Digestive, milk chocolate. ;)

 

Should really have added another choice for dark/plain or milk chocolate

Edited the top image description, it's really plain or not :p

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Chocolate of course.

 

It's kind of like asking if I'd prefer a high end sports car or a punch in the face.

 

I like Milk chocolate better, but I'll take a dark chocolate one too.

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Chocolate but it has be dark. 

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never even heard of this product however, i would probably vote for plain as i do not care much for chocolate.

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Milk all the way.

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Chocolate :D

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I usually get a pack of each but end up eating all the chocolate... lol

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Not much of a biscuit person but i'd go for plain. :) 

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Chocolate but wont buy them because i can literally smash through a full packet with 1 cup of tea so i forced myself to eat plain as i'd only eat a few, but this few ended up being a few a night so no i don't drink tea at all so that i'm not tempted to eat biscuits at all.

 

True story.

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Dark chocolate is the only way to go for me  :D

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No option for plain chocolate! :p

 

I used to love a chocolate digestive but then i became lactose intolerant and had to swap to plain chocolate instead

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Milk Chocolate HobNobs, hands down. :woot:

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Rich Tea with a thin layer of Flora beats all.

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I feel like there should now be a thread "To dunk, or not to dunk?!"

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Dunk!

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Chocolate every time!

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Caramel Digestives. Every time.

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For dunking, - Plain all the way...

For pigging out  - Chocolate

 

If you want the ultimate tea biscuit though look no further than the Twix. Bite both ends off and suck the tea through said Twix, eat warm melting twix and reach new levels of happiness.

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Chocolate, each and every time

 

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