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Nicey replies: Thanks Lisa you have probably got to the bottom of it there. Wifey will be off for some Tayto Cheese and Onion crisps now as well as a few Chocolate Kimberleys and a bottle of red lemonade. I wonder if these O'Kanes are any relation to NCOTAASD regular Keith whose email precedes this.

Keith O'Kane
Nicey replies: Keith,

It really seems a bit self defeating giving things up for lent if you are aiming to simply to have an extended excuse to gorge your face on Mr Kipling Bakewell tarts. If you can't persude the bloke at the next desk that you are eating six packs of tarts to achieve some sort of spiritual renewal then frankly what is the point. What ever peoples views on religion, it would take a fairly dim God to be fooled by such shenanigans.

And yes of course Bakewell Tarts are cakes, as you so ably point out.

Edward Cieslik
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