Recognition thread for Perevodchik

Discussion in 'Int Corps' started by CRmeansCeilingReached, Nov 22, 2006.

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  1. given Perevodchik's two favourite subjects are biscuits and recognition, i thought that i would combine the two for the poor chap.

    We'll start with an easy one, but i warn you they will get harder.

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  2. Is it skin cancer?
  3. now, this is a Rich Tea Finger Cream.

    it is not to be confused with the Rich Tea base biscuit. the edging is identical. however, if you look closely, you will note the key recognition feature - that this biscuit is rectangular, not round.

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  4. who wants to hazard a guess at this one?

    anyone? Bueller? Bueller?

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  5. Good old Jammy Dodger!!! yumyumyumyumyum
  6. Oh, oh me sir.

    Is it my arse after a visit to the Shefford Tandoori?
  7. I think we have already had that one on another thread mate
  8. now we see the inexperience of young stabradop. schoolboy error - it's not a jammy dodger.
  9. Bouillabaisse

    Bouillabaisse LE Book Reviewer

    Looks like a variant on the Nice biscuit, with jam. Some kind of specialist hybrid ?
  10. probably a command variant, notice the fine edging on it, and extra sugar.
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  11. Hahahhahahahahaaa AJG , now that is genius.

    Makings of a class thread here Gents :D
  12. Bouillabaisse

    Bouillabaisse LE Book Reviewer

    RAF perhaps? It looks a little gay
  13. It could be a Jam Ring, the diameter if the hole in the centre indicates that it was not manufactured by Burtons Biscuit Armaments, and is thus a cheaper version. Could be part of a Combined Biscuit Collection, which normally come out in large tins at this time of year. Rover Assortment anyone?
  14. i'll give you twenty more minutes then give you the DS answer.
  15. Definately the cheaper version...Raspberry rather than Strawberry jam. Defence procurement is certainly not what it used to be.

    Naafi break hasn't been the same since the loss of the British produced Wagon Wheel to a cheaper Chinese version. Much messier and far more malfunctions...