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Tregroes Toffee Waffles Review
Nicey replies: Hi Sue,

I had a lovely St David's day awash with Tregroes Toffee waffles I have to say. I had a nice chat with Laura from Cardiff about leeks and daffodils, and Welsh hats. We were a bit miffed at not being able to home at lunch time though...

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Wayne Shaw
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Nicey replies: Wayne,

Our sympathies are with you, at what what must be a very difficult time. However, loosing a mug is a bit like loosing a Pet. Although another mug will never take the place of the one you have just lost, you can of course console yourself by going out and buying another. It will take a week or two to get used to the new one but time is a great healer and soon you'll be able to look back and just remember all the happy times you had with your old mug, before your mate smashed it up on the floor and you had to bin it.

Adrian Clarke
Nicey replies: Realistically its what ever is on offer at the time, it could even be that stuff in the little brown pots that is really supposed to be used for Coffee.