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Tim Basing
Nicey replies: Tim,

Thanks, we know, we always knew read the review. Its still mad to get honey from lion carcasses even if it is in the Old Testment. Your average Winney the Pooh story would have been a lot more grizzly if he had to scoop his honey from within the rib cages of rotting lion corpses instead of hollow trees.

Robin Clarke
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Nicey replies: Excellent, two mails about Vending Machines, the required number to warrant an icon.

Paul Wilson
Biscuit tin
Nicey replies: We have one of those, (see our Biscuit Tin Awareness Week item) but it was a Christmas selection tin for crackers from Sainburys or maybe M&S. Some people can't cope with the effects of the little drying out thing and I've heard tales of people removing them from the lids of their tins.

Sally Barber
Nicey replies: Sally,

Yours is an all too common problem. Personally I tend to bite my way into such packs by making a small tear in the cellophane seam. The end of a paper clip also makes a handy and relatively safe implement for piercing and then ripping the cellophane.

Andrew McMurtrie
Nicey replies: Lovely little verse as per norm Mr McMurtrie.

Well we are back now, and we have a pack of Cornwall's definitive biscuits for Biscuit of the Week, and lots of lovely pictures of Cornish treats for the newsletter. Hoorah!