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Nicey replies: Mark,

Thanks for that round up of Jaffa eating techniques I feel a poll coming on.

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Nicey replies: I think its the Fruit Shortcake, it really gives way more than anybody ever asks of it.

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Biscato Spicy and Plain Digesta Review
Nicey replies: Hello again Nick,

You have of course reminded us of Wifey's trip to Cairo the other year. She didn't report any problems with the the supply of teaspoons in Egypt so maybe this is a recent and troubling issue. Anyhow thanks for the tip off.

Gary Cridland
Nicey replies: Gary,

Its my understanding that this was a standard tea drinking procedure for people's Granddads, and its been mentioned to me many a time including unsurprisingly by a London cabbie. It does seem like something that maybe Prince Philip should be doing more often to promote British culture.