||I must agree that the quilted tea cozies are much better at keeping the tea warm than the knitted ones. I would also suggest that anyone who thinks they don't need one should try one. I spent years drinking lukewarm tea, swearing I had no use for a cozy, then finally got one (second hand) and now can't do without (had to buy another to keep at work!).|
| Sarah Ayliff
Do you use a tea cosy? If so, what sort of design is it? And did you know that an average of 12 people each year are admitted to hospitals in Britain with injuries caused by tea cosies?
That's all. Sarah Ayliff
|Nicey replies: We had to stop using them as the constant trips to hospital were getting out of hand. I think the ones like little duvet jackets are better than the knitted ones, but I could be inciting great unrest with such a statement.
Woo, lets have lots more tea cosy mails. I might be forced to do the first icon of 2004.
I was just wondering, with all your vast knowledge of bikkies
do you happen to know the music that was used to advertise BN's.Would be most grateful if you could enlighten me.
Could I also add my recommendation that I think is difficult to surpass, a freshly brewed pot of Ringtons de-luxe loose leaf tea and a packet of Arnotts all chocolate Tim Tams ahhhh heaven!
|Nicey replies: Sorry I only saw that advert the once I think, perhaps somebody else knows?|
Nabisco Nutter Butter Review
|Happy New Year,|
I thought you might like to know that your current "Biscuit of the Week", the Nutter Butter, tastes even better if let out of any airtight container, and allowed to go stale for a few days. This makes the biscuits wonderfully chewy, which seems to compliment the peanut butter filling rather better than a crunchy biscuit. As an alternative, give them a good dunk.
Neil Fox (No! NOT that one!)
||I work in the factory and think that yous saddos should get a life or a bloody wife.|
|Nicey replies: Happy New Year!
The Wife sends her regards too.