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Kelly Lawless
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Nicey replies: You are of course right about Anchor butter. I know we make butter in this country but it really seems to taste nicer when its been put in a boat and shipped here all the way from New Zealand. Perhaps we send ours back to them on the return trip, I don't know.

We class crackers by simply drawing a little box and putting the word 'Crackers' on it, I refer you to the Venn Diagram.

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Nicey replies: Really! I can just about see how to smash up choc digestives or Penguins to get them into the little hole, but how do you break up Jaffa cakes? The smashing orangey bit in the middle would surely make this quite tricky.


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Nicey replies: Rachael,

This is of course an extremely important development thank you for alerting us.

Keith O'Kane
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Nicey replies: Kieth,

Our mate Nick Parker wrote a splendid book on toast, he also ran the London marathon last Sunday.

Of course Toast falls within the gamut of tea and sitting down activity. Wifey likes tea before, during and after Toast in the morning. Wifey sticks rigidly to Marmite or cheese. I like Bovril, Marmalade, sometimes a spot of jam occasionally Peanut Butter with sweet pickle or fresh ground black pepper. A spot of Heinz Tomato Ketchup is very good also. The whole team enjoys Sardines on toast and we feel strongly that more people should eat Sardines on toast.

I'll try a sweet toppings poll first, but I think I know the outcome already.

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Peter Mason
Nicey replies: Good work telling them to ditch the yellow box. Anybody who has been traumatised by Liptons Yellow Label tea whilst abroad will have a strong aversion to tea bags from yellow boxes.