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Sue Bamford
Personal mug
Nicey replies: A 25 year old personal mug commands deep respect, and allows you to wield withering levels of mug ownership over wrong doers. Use this power wisely, but never be tempted to be unduly lenient.

Rachel Simpson
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Nicey replies: Most vending machines that I've encountered use that freeze dried instant tea rather than leaves. Freeze drying anything drives of the volatile bits which are especially important in the taste of something like tea.

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Dominik Cwojdzinski
Nicey replies: Radio 4 did one earlier in the year the results of which were a bit like when the younger members of staff invent new words by changing the letter at the beginning of normal words like 'porridge' to get 'morridge'. There also seemed to be a lot of completely made up ones that have never existed or arbitrarily acquired cream. At the time I was quite charitable about it but in hindsight its a bit tragic and quite irritating. Type 'alphabet' into our search box and you'll soon find it.

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