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Zoe Healy
Nicey replies: Zoe,

I expect I might have meant the first thing you said probably, more "what is the optimum number of biscuits with a cuppa". Luckily none of this is an exact science so you can put the it all down to sampling error and muse over some form statistical treatment for data derived from NiceCupOfTeaAndASitDown polls.

By the way well done on being a Scientist, I was almost one once, but I was rubbish at it, I spent too long sitting down drinking tea and eating Orange Clubs.

Michael Maddison

Foxs Party Rings Review
Nicey replies: Oh yes that is standard behavior for princesses.

Helen Rees
Nicey replies: Yes I have heard of "sop" eating many years ago, I'm sure my friend at primary school used to partake. Mind you I know some chaps whose mother used to give them Fishfingers with top of the milk poured over them. Is "sop" another Welsh thing (he wondered innocently)?

Kamikazee Killmouse
Nicey replies: Yay for tetrahedra.

Lisa Delpiano
Nicey replies: Good grief!