Transformers biscuit making kit released in UK

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  1. Underlord

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    I saw this in Morrison's supermarket in Clacton today for £1.25. it includes everything you need to make six transformer shaped biscuits (or cookies if you prefer), and has a cut out and keep Bumblebee and Optimus on the back! IMG_20170317_104511.jpg IMG_20170317_104522.jpg
     
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    The wife bought our boys one of these a couple of weeks ago from our local Tesco.

    The kids loved making them.
     
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    Oh, come on! Me and my niece need those!!! She loves to bake and I love Transformers! xD
     
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    Biscuits are what you have with sausage and gravy at breakfast or with fried chicken dinner... these are cookies. :D 

    So basically this is a cookie mix with transformers cardboard standees. Expected something like shaped cookie cutters or cookies with transformers printed on the cookie.
     
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    These have been out for a while. A month or so ago Tescos were selling them on offer for £1.
     
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    I tried to pre-empt any smart-arsery in the first post ;) 
    Besides, fried chicken, sausage, gravy and cookies sounds like an ideal meal for any time of day. Mmmmm :lol 
     
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    had these a month ago, they're pretty simple (obviously) and not that bad either. my little sister helped and she seemed to enjoy eating Bumblebee (her favourite) LOL
     
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    Incorrect. In the UK, and many other places around the world, these are biscuits. Cookies, in the UK and such other places, are a type of biscuit. As this news article was about the UK, the term "biscuit" is the correct one.

    Let's leave ignorant ethnocentricity at the door, shall we?
     
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    These are cookies. Said this Cookie.
     
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    primalxconvoy グーグル 翻訳は素晴らしいです!

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    You can say it til' you're blue in the face. Language is about context. The correct term here is "biscuit".
     
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    I only clicked on this to find out whether they're English cookies or 'Murican biscuits :lol 
     
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    Me too I highly doubted it was beside Poppin' Fresh
     
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    And thus the great Cookie V. Biscuit debate of '17 begins..
     

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