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Nicey replies: Kirsty,

Yes indeed it is a cup of tea on a train. I choose that picture, because its iconoclastic, which I thought was nice.

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Nicey replies: Lilly,

Thank you for that. Yes they seem like much better reasons than the ones I made up.

Rob Byatt
Nicey replies: As I recall Wifey kept drinking tea by the bucket load when she was pregnant so no special insights there. She did get a craving for Spinach which we used to grow. However on this occasion the only Spinach around was one gnarly and fibrous plant that had set itself from some compost under a Hollyhock in the front garden. I was required to venture out the front door, dig it up boil it and present it to her on toast.

Perhaps we should have a poll, that would be excellently pseudoscientific.

Matthew Lee

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Nicey replies: Oh yes get the sugar back on there, then you can use them as little sanding blocks maybe to take the ragged edges of your Garibaldis.

Hoorah! for the removal of goose worms.