After Mark's comment I have reposted this entry, in fact I made more like 5 changes, he only spotted 3, I think I probably found the 3 he meant as the other two were adding commas and rewording it. There are still bits that don't make sense, but I think they are acceptable for casual writing.
I have recently obtained some Tim Tams, thanks to James. Instead of just eating them, I have been undertaking a comparison of Tim Tams and Penguins. Now, this hasn't been entirely scientific because I do not have any Penguins in the house at the moment. However, I have eaten enough penguins in my life to have an idea of how they differ from Tim Tams. For anyone who is confused and doesn't know what Tim Tams or Penguins are I guess I'd better explain.
Penguins are a biscuit we have here in the UK, they are two chocolate biscuits sandwiched together with a kind of chocolate cream filling, the whole thing is coated in chocolate.
Tim Tams are an Australian biscuit also composed of two chocolate biscuits sandwiched together with a kind of chocolate cream filling, the whole thing is coated in chocolate.
What are the differences between these two? Well, perhaps most obviously penguins are each individually wrapped whereas Tim Tams are not, making me eat more Tim Tams because somehow they seem more like just a packet of biscuits than a chocolate bar whereas penguins feel a bit more like a small chocolate bar. The second thing I noticed was that Tim Tams are slightly smaller.
When eating them I found that, Tim Tams are crunchier, as to taste, well personally when eaten dry I have decided that Tim Tams are superior, I like the added crunch and the slightly different flavour. They do actually taste quite different. I don't know if I like them more because they are actually nicer, or because they are different and I've become a little bored of Penguins. However, on the matter of eating them in the way in which they are surely meant to be eaten: Bite of the opposite ends and suck a hot drink through them (personally I've only done this with tea as I don't like coffee and no one I know here had heard of doing it with coffee, though oddly James has only heard of people doing it with coffee, never tea) which is amazing. The biscuit goes soggy and you have to shove it in your mouth before it collapses, but the taste and texture is great. Now, this works with both biscuits, but, I believe that Penguins are the better of the two for this. I find that they taste much nice once they've gone all soggy. Plus with the added size they don't disappear to quite as little as Tim Tams.
To summarise, both biscuits are nice. Both have their own qualities, personally I would eat Tim Tams when wanting a dry biscuit, Penguins for dunking. I don't think I would dunk Tim Tams as I prefer them dry to when dunked (no, I'm not repeating there, saying which is better for dunking isn't the same as saying whether a biscuit is better not dunked) Penguins I would always dunk if possible.
Random Observation of the period of time since I last bothered to do one
Mr Tea is very nearly level 19. I thought I'd better stop playing last night because I knew if I levelled I'd want to carry on a bit, but that means if I go on now I should be able to level in about 5 minutes, the only thing is that then I probably won't get anything productive done and I should really do some laminating, oh the dilemma.