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Nick Keegan
Nicey replies: Nick,

Thank you for that. We don't review tea, we have our reasons.

As for sugar, well it is widely accepted that tradesmen and children enjoy sugar in their tea. We'll see if that statement sparks a debate.

If I were still a student I would now be in my 20th year at University, however, when I was one we couldn't afford sugar and so gave it up when the first packet ran out towards the end of October.

April Linke
Nicey replies: April,

Thank you for that stimulating peep into Canadian life. We have made a icon to celebrate! Now to find the other two emails we've had from Canada..

Joanne Lucas
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Nicey replies: Joanne,

Thank you for that. The large diameter of the digestive, when dunking, teaches us temperance and restraint through biscuit reshaping, unless they have snapped in half in which case its full speed ahead.

Jim Bradshaw

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