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Jane Watson
Nicey replies: Yes I have heard of that site, they are a bit obsessive aren't they, not like our well balanced and sensible biscuit community. Not keen on the idea of teamades. I really don't like alarm clocks, let alone one that could create scalding hot water if it felt like it inches from your face. I think I would have tension lying awake waiting for it to do its thing.

The best bed biscuit is one that doesn't generate much in the way of crumbs. So I would predictably go with a fig roll, and its a good way to start the day. Alternately eat anything you like but use a plate to catch the crumbs.

Nicey replies: Hoorah for your cordless US kettle.

John Thornton
Nicey replies: Surely NASA or Intel has a solution for this. Can't all the heat coming off all those Pentium chips in all those US PCs be put to good use to boil up water for tea. You can after all fry eggs on them. Come on sort it out the US, its only boiling water.

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Robert Williams
Nicey replies: I sense we have tapped a rich seam of anecdotes here.