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Nicey replies: Phil,

Thanks for the butter info. You seem to be doing splendid work out there in California getting the tea making sorted out. That's a very nice mug you have there. Wifey says she's concerned about which teabags you are using in it. I trust from time to time you have baked beans on toast for lunch to further unsettle the locals..

Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Having seen unscrupulous mug thieves drinking from vessels baring the names of other people and even pictures of their children glazed on I doubt if writing your name on it would really work. I think there must be a certain degree of professionalism in the healthcare sector that results in them actually taking notice of the little labels around the handles, which we wouldn't find elsewhere.

Still plans are very much afoot for a new UK based webstore for NCOTAASD, even as I write this a large consignment of exclusive mugs should be arriving at a secret destination somewhere in Southern England. We will of course let you all know more very soon, and if you purchase one you are free to disfigure it in any way you see fit.

Victor Vierra

Sarah Nelson's Gingerbread Review
Nicey replies: Victor,

Thanks for that frank account of Gingerbread excess. You'll have to add Tunnocks Wafers, and Tregroes Toffee Waffles to your repertoire that will enable you to make it through Scotland and Wales. Of course McVites has recently moved Gingernut production to Carlisle not far from Grasmere. They are currently making 6,854,400 of them a day, or about 80 a second. I think 5 seconds worth would get you round the UK comfortably for a fortnight.

Diana Pleasants
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Nicey replies: Yes Biscuit-Enthusiast Mandy had one of those Teddy Bear ones for a wedding present and its still in its box after a year. It didn't help much that the box had pictures of pink wafers on it, possibly because they are colourful and easy to draw.

Our proper biscuit barrel originally had a cracker selection in it, from M&S I think, perhaps a trip to there might bare fruit.