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Sue Northcott

Maryland Specials Raisin, Oat, Choc Chunk and Maple Syryp Cookies Review
Nicey replies: Yes the Bwlch ice cream eating sheep are are indeed one of South Wales' most spectacular tourist attractions. I think we stopped there once as a child and then after that learnt our lesson and would simply drive past slowly, laughing at people being set upon by marauding sheep. I found this photo on flickr. Aren't these the same sheep that have learnt to cross cattle grids by laying down and rolling across them?

Amabel Thornton

Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: The Travel Inn in Guildford was particularly replete with Crawford's 3 packs of Bourbons as this photo I took at the time reveals.

The YMOS and I were guilty of raiding a few more packs off the maids trolley too.

Chris Rayment

Maryland Specials Raisin, Oat, Choc Chunk and Maple Syryp Cookies Review
Nicey replies: Oh yes the invigorating hot drink in the ear, I wonder if it works on lions too.

Mind you don't go upsetting any slumbering big boned sheep next time you are out for a walk.

Andy Donovan

Maryland Specials Raisin, Oat, Choc Chunk and Maple Syryp Cookies Review
Nicey replies: They should be pleased that they are able to sort themselves using puddings. I'm sure there was a scene in 'Far from the madding crowd' when the sheep had eaten something that made them all puff up like balloons. This made them very unwell indeed and they were scattered around the field with their legs in the air. I think Alan Bates had to poke a knitting needle in them to deflate them. I'm certain I'm not making this up.

Chris Rayment

Maryland Specials Raisin, Oat, Choc Chunk and Maple Syryp Cookies Review
Nicey replies: I think you are referring to those poor bloated real women with digestive discomfort who need to eat yoghurt apparently. They are in good company as there is a whole host of presumably real women taking all sorts of things for their dodgy insides. There's the Senokot lady who is able to stop feeling all bunged up and starts the day properly with a sort of satisfied smile. She probably bumps into the Diacalm lady who is now able to leave the house having previously been wedded to her downstairs lavvy. Perhaps they are all heading off for elevensies with the new lady who appeared on telly last night who had the most graphic problems thus far and needed a special 'softening' pill to sort her out.

Now far be it for us to poke fun at peoples ailments or cast aspersions over their diet but I can't help thinking who would win in a fight between all of them. My money's on the Senokot lady. I so want to do a poll on this.