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Tea & Biscuit Swap

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Tea & Biscuit Swap
Swap Coordinator:xxladybugxx (contact)
Swap categories: Food 
Number of people in swap:12
Location:International
Type:Type 3: Package or craft
Last day to signup/drop:August 31, 2013
Date items must be sent by:September 30, 2013
Number of swap partners:1
Description:

I always find I need a biscuit with my cuppa or it defeats the objective. So thought why don't we swap a tea bag or two and a biscuit.

Tea bags must be in a wrapper (not lose or in a makeshift wrapper)

Biscuits- you can get separately wrapped biscuits in shops or hospitals. There must be 2-4 biscuits in the wrapper to make it fair. It would also be nice to have a special biscuit that comes from your country.

You will have one swapping partner.

Discussion

amarama911 08/ 3/2013 #

I'm sorry to be dumb here but is a biscuit the same as a cookie here in the US? Cuz I'm thinking you don't mean what we call biscuits... Lol. Also instead of several in a wrapper, would it be OK for one large one? I know of some really great local ones that are of large size that I'd love to send.

OGIMAQTpie 08/ 3/2013 #

I would Like to know toi, if biscuits Are the same as cookies?

OGIMAQTpie 08/ 3/2013 #

... And by toi I mean too.

xxladybugxx 08/ 4/2013 #

Cookies are biscuits. Biscuits are crunchy and yes you may send a big one :)

Salliemae 09/ 9/2013 #

I mailed my swap over the weekend with $3.30 postage. It was returned this morning stamped "Postage Due $6.15" It is going to cost $9.45 to send two cookies and a tea bag to Finland. I would rather not spend that much to send two cookies, What should I do?

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