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Sue Northcott
Nicey replies: Sue,

Of course we could really use your Welsh Cake recipe so that we can all join in.

Nicky Bramley
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Nicey replies: Nicky,

I think you are in danger of projecting overly complex physiological states for the people who will ploughing through your free biscuits.

Katie Drummond
Nicey replies: I'm guessing tea-related hair styles.

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Nicey replies: Hoorah! That should have counted towards your final degree. Also well done on finding the laundry.

Sam Mason
Nicey replies: Sam,

As you can see the illustration in our tea policy is of some train tea, where you get what you are given, and that's what I was given. Whilst its not ideal it still performs a vital role in the pantheon of tea drinking, which is to provide the possibility of tea drinking on a train. Since the photo was taken the train operator has changed maybe one or more times with the result that a refreshment trolly is no longer provided. No prizes for guessing what I would prefer on the hour long journey, a slightly incorrect cup of tea with a three pack of Jaffa Cakes or no tea at all.

This is also one of the reasons I picked that particular image as it is iconoclastic and shows that here at NCOTAASD we see tea as part of our everyday world and not just through the misty lens of nostaglia.