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Gareth Griffiths
Nicey replies: Gareth,

That's quite a dangerous line your taking there. Rather than selecting out the weirdoes surely we should embrace them into a tolerant and equal opportunity workplace. Filling in the form would simply mean that nobody would make tea for them, and any normal people starting there would be told about them too.

Alexa Didcott Kerrie-Anne Wright
Nicey replies: Morning Ladies,

Thats some great initiative there. Presumably you have these all filed next to the kettle for reference. Also you should make sure that it becomes company policy that all new starters have to fill in one of these and browse all the other ones before they are even allowed to use the kettle.

I just pulled out the first one from the fifteen you sent, Wifey and I enjoyed them all however.

Beverly Rush
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Nicey replies: Oh yes I definitely had some of those too, your description is spot on. I had assumed they were some sort of Maryland cookie as you say.

Darryl Snow

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Nicey replies: Daz,

Its simple, both they and you have gone off by now.

Alison Debenham
Nicey replies: Alison,

An extremely hearty New Year Hoorah for you and your Marmalade construction. One of our younger members of staff loves Marmalade and strangely enough we live very near to a marmalade factory. In fact an old next door neighbour of ours worked there and used to bung us the odd jar now and again, which in a circular way accounts for the former.

As for home made Christmas cake, Wifey built her first one this year, using her mothers recipe. For good measure she made her write it down in long hand rejecting the perfectly good photocopy. This was part of a larger set of aims here at NCOTAASD HQ to bake more cakes.

After 2005 being year of Jam at NCOTAASD I am seriously considering 2006 as being NCOTAASD Year of Custard as there seems to be an alarming decline in proper custard.

The teenage offspring will change their tune in a few years time once you kick them out, and they've had a few years living on beans on toast and takeaways.