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Nicey replies: Well done Lucy, your cup is truly filthy, but we'll forgive you as you have such a lovely new mug. Given the huge amounts of black muck I'm sure you have rendered your old cup not only off putting to casual passers by but also to high flying aircraft or indeed orbiting satellites.

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Nicey replies: Theo,

Whilst your logic is compelling, the thought of the younger members of staff tackling their Weetabix with anything other than proper British standard spoons is chilling. Could you see fit to get a clause put in that would allow them for use with Weetabix, oh and porridge and tomato soup whilst your at it. Wifey will need one for eating boiled eggs too.