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Adrian Brown
Nicey replies: Well we don't do Pikelets here but we do have lots of the closely related Crumpet and they get butter, occasionally jam sometimes marmalade and frequently peanut butter put on them.

Mark Binnington
Nicey replies: Oh yes a well designed kettle is a must. We have very hard water here so our kettles take a real bashing.

We had a massively noisy (Morphy Richards rapid boil I think) kettle with a base which was circular and electrical connector in the middle, which had amazing acoustic properties. It was so effective at conducting the noise from the kettle to the work surface that it sounded like a passenger jet passing over and made it really tricky for anybody on the phone in the office. However, reading the blurb it seemed like the perfect kettle for the office.

MessRoom P2 South Croydon
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Nicey replies: Its good to know that Ambulance service have such a well grounded and common sense approach to biscuits. I'm pleased to see that you hold the Garibaldi in such high regard.

Alex Prodensky
Nicey replies: Sorry???

Simon Huxtable
Nicey replies: Simon,

You need to settle down a bit, this is not worth getting too upset over. 'Biccies' is fine in moderation, adding to the rich tapestry of our language. Obviously it would be annoying to use it all the time.