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Nicey replies: Marge,

We like your 'can do' attitude to puddings.

Keith O'Kane
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Nicey replies: Morning Keith,

That sounds like a giant leap backwards. Monkey in America sent us over some very dubiuos nylon teabags last year that were like tall four sided pyramids. The came in individually parcelled up adorned with gold coloured wire and ornamental leaves. I couldn't tell if the tea was any good or not as I was too annoyed. Much the same effect as wanting a cosy informal fireside pub lunch, and being forced to sit bolt upright in a draughty conservatory whilst some waitress chastises you for not booking and not fancying any of their ridiculously overpriced out of place and pompous menu.

John Stapleton should have known better than to endorse such nonsense, mind you I always thought that it was Lynn Faulds-Wood who wore the trousers. So maybe he is just making petulant statements whilst off the leash.

What am I going on about?

Mark Hamlett
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Nicey replies: Yes nothing more off putting than a trace of fungus.

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Ringtons Ginger Snap Review
Nicey replies: Yes that is a bit off their beaten track. In fact Wymondham isn't really on anybody's beaten track unless they are going to Norwich and by then they are so nearly at Norwich that they are unlikely to stop. I wonder how the Ringtons man gets to you? Mind you I've just spotted that they are opening up shops round the UK including one just down the road from us.

Georgina Bath
Nicey replies: Yes we've discussed the USA's kettle issues many a time on NCOTAASD. Its been said that American electricity isn't as good as British Electricity either so even if you manage to get a kettle its only running on 120v or something rather than proper 240v. I'm sure that the current as well as the voltage has a bearing too and this is all anecdotal. Plus we have had some shirty messages saying that its very easy to get useful kettles in the US.

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