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Russell Haswell
Nicey replies: Hello Russell,

I completely agree with you except that personally I find Tetley a bit bitter, although I'll drink it when needs be. Also we always top up the pot as its only sensible. As for advice on teapot buying there is a chapter on that in our book.

Yoonna Cho

Ponghak Butter Review
Nicey replies: Thanks Yoonna,

Yes I thought I only had a 50:50 chance of having it the right way up. Thank you again for deciphering it for us.

Note: There were lots of lovely Korean character things in Yoonnas message but I can't figure out how to get them on to NCOTAASD

Ben Harding
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Dr Greg James
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Bourbon Review
Nicey replies: Dr Greg,

There is of course a much bigger Venn diagram in our book. However, the custard cream and bourbon both find themselves in the sandwich biscuit section. The answer to your particular issue is that of course a bourbon isn't a chocolate custard cream or else it would look like one which it doesn't (your second morphology point), also Bourbons should have some little sugar crystals in the upper surface which counts as extras.

A much more compelling argument can be made for the Penguin being a chocolate covered bourbon, although it isn't.

The fact that recently in the last two weeks we've seen biscuit classification taught as an exercise to undergraduates at Bristol University shows that this isn't a trivial matter.

As a Dr you should also know that this is the kind of comment made by wives to husbands designed to elicit a response. Wifey will frequently taunt me with her views on Jaffa Cakes, such as the time we were This Morning with Fern and Philip.

Jim Fussell
Nicey replies: It's strange for us too because we know you both so well. Hopefully there won't be any awkward scenes when you are both invited to the same parties. I think Wifey will probably take your ex-tea out on the lash and may not speak to your new tea for at least six months.

Perhaps you should consider making a clean break of it and getting a new mug, after all how will your new tea feel being in the same mug that you had all those lovely cups of PG Tips in?