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Broken Biscuit or Better Biscuit?

It has recently come to my attention that the supposedly inferior ‘Broken Biscuit’ may be more than it’s modest title suggests. For too long they have been the domain of the skint, the ederly and the tight.  Also they’re difficult to purchase in anything less than industrial quantities and their stockists offend middle class sensibilities.  However, for those willing to take a leap of faith the rewards can be enormous…

‘The Evolution’

Would you look at that?

Now as regular readers will know, here at Biscuits Win we employ rigourous and imperious scientific research into our posts.  A lot of you may assume that I do all the work myself but this simply wouldn’t be possible.  Science takes time.  I would therefore like to thanks one of the cogs in my machine -@CorwinB5, for an excellent piece of research.  I have high hopes for him.



6 thoughts on “Broken Biscuit or Better Biscuit?

  1. I always knew buying these at uni wasn’t because i was cheap, however i feel more in depth analysis is required as befitting the standards we expect from this fascinating blog.

    Posted by gingernutfiend | July 26, 2011, 1:10 pm
  2. ‘Gingernutfiend’ thanks for your comments. Here at the biscuit research lab we care what you think and we’re looking to get an extended post out there soon. We felt it was important in this instance to publish the photo as early as possible as we had already spent two weeks on the research. Expect to see more on the subject soon.

    Posted by biscuitswin | July 26, 2011, 1:18 pm
  3. That does explain the poor scientific background that i felt was so missing from your last post. You are now forgiven for this biscuit related oversight.

    Posted by gingernutfiend | July 27, 2011, 1:57 pm
  4. in your second article i hope you will investigate this one fact that has been passed down through generations of my family;

    “broken biscuits are better for diets because all of the calories fall out.”

    I have always been somewhat suspicious of this and would like your verdict.

    Posted by dieremmadyer | August 1, 2011, 1:37 pm
  5. ‘dieremmadyer’ thanks for your interesting comment. It certainly sounds scientifically correct, and we should know, it’s our business. However, we wouldn’t want to mislead anyone so we tested it thoroughly and employed the classic ‘jogging test’. Essentially we ate a normal biscuit, went for a jog and recorded how far we could run. We then ate a broken biscuit and repeated the process. The results are as follows:

    1. On the first run we managed 250 metres.
    2. On the second run we managed 35 metres.
    3. We can therefore logically, and correctly, state that there are less calories in a broken biscuit as they fell out.

    I hope that helps.

    Posted by biscuitswin | August 2, 2011, 5:58 pm
    • thank you for putting so much effort into answering my age old question.

      I will now most definitely be starting a diet focused broken biscuit company, I think it is only fair you should have a 20% share.

      The contracts will be emailed over shortly.

      Posted by dieremmadyer | August 3, 2011, 1:39 pm

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