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Richard O'Hagan

HobNob Review
Nicey replies: Richard,

No I can't help as she has obviously gone beyond the point of all reason and rational thought. However, just go and get some then feed them to her, if she still can't tell the difference then check to see if she really is not only American but also an earthling.

Revd. Stephen Day
Tea cosyTea in the Movies
Nicey replies: Nice one on Toy Story. Actually that bit has an extremely 'in' Computer Graphics reference. Toy Story being the first entirely computer generated movie would have to have the Utah Tea Pot, which was one of the first digitised 3D computer models. CG pioneers like Alvey Ray-Smith used to render teapots to test out their ray-tracing software back in the 1970s.

Mike Armitage
Nicey replies: Mike,

Thanks for that, there's a lot of information in there, not least that your lorry is connected to interweb.

David Blaxill
Tea in the Movies
Nicey replies: Good call on Tea with Mussolini. Not sure about a new page but I feel a new icon may be imminent, I'm sure custard would be glad of the company.

Jamie Hargreaves

Lu Mikado Review
Nicey replies: Indeed many oriental type grocery stores sell them. It looks like yours were built by the Thai arm of Glico, the Japanese company behind Pocky. What did impress me the most were the ads for a product called Collon. Mmmm. Indeed they do look like little sections from the lower bowel. The Collon page on the Thai site is particularly off putting as it has small heaps of something next to the pieces of 'Collon'. I wonder why they haven't caught on here yet?

Oh yes Hotel kettles are their own entire sub species, a bit like those strange little Hobbit people they've been digging up in Indonesia only the're kettles.