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Vicki Wilsdon

Jammie Dodger Review
Nicey replies: That sounds like a perfect thing for a poll!

Eddie Brennan

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Nicey replies: An extra big Hoorah!! for all of us. Almost as rousing as that time somebody thinking about tea randomly choose to type nicecupofteaandasitdown into their browser and up we came, they were possibly even more impressed.

Trevor Taylor
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Alison Kay
Nicey replies: Yes we had to cover our books which I never understood. It just seemed to be one of those senseless things designed to make you conform to the school regime. I always respected people who covered their books in random things so well done.

Simmers are now down to just one or two biscuits, mainly they make oatcakes now as 'Nairns'.