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Nicey replies: Hoorah for the atlas, its always good for a few laughs, followed closely by the telephone directory, although not so many pictures in that one.

Will Brettell
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Nicey replies: I was not aware of that.

Susan Taylor
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Nicey replies: Ah, some sort of Biblical reference. I've always thought the land of Milk and Honey, would be quite a messy place to live, and I'm sure it would get really pongy in the hot weather.

Iris Leaton Webb
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Nicey replies: Iris,

Thank you for those many important insights. I think I vaguely recall a sort of jam and cream sandwich alike with pale brown sludge in that might have been the honey and cream. Yes, I concur on Butter Osbournes, I'm sure you're right.

If we could track down a living Barmouth biscuit that would be fantastic.

Iced Gems are nasty.

Andy Clarke
Nicey replies: Well you know I don't like to make edicts about tea. However, in this instance the rules are quite simple milk in last unless you are having your tea in a cup and saucer and have made a pot, in which case it is considered best to put the milk in first.

You can put it in first for other methods but it is considered technically wrong. However that may be how you prefer it. Tony from the Fig fest likes it milk first and accepts that he is technically wrong on this one.