Custard Creams and Elementals

Yes, the last story in the collection, apart from “A Solemn Curfew”, and it really is called “Custard Creams and Elementals.”

First the biscuit versus cookie question. I am English, so I say biscuit and this gives me the option of biccie if I am feeling affectionate to a variety on offer. I also say biscuit barrel and not cookie jar.

Having cleared up that sticky problem, let us move on to custard creams.

These are my husband’s favourite biscuits, only chocolate bourbons running them a close second. I would rather put a cardboard and brick dust sandwich in my mouth.

So, when Marjorie had to chose what to feed her little captives, it had to be custard creams..

The picture is of nice  (biccies) biscuits.

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2 thoughts on “Custard Creams and Elementals

  1. We say ‘bickets’ if talking to the cats. ‘Would you like some nice-nice bickets now?’ ‘Wotever.’

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    • I’m still saying “dreamies” despite their having been rejected months and months ago in favour of the , apparently, far nicer flavour of “goodies”. As both smell equally horrid, I suppose you have to be a cat to know the difference.

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