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Jim Fussell
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Nicey replies: Jim,

The scathing attack on dark chalky mugs I had been expecting.

It's a symptom of the malaise that people feel the need to have stuff written all over their tee shirts, hats, mugs, shoes, skin etc (Conveniently forgets about his own range of NCOTAASD merchandise). Its like people feel they need to annotate to themselves. "So that I better understand you, is there anything else about your person you feel I should read before we have a conversation? Or should we recklessly start chatting before I have read your mug and the back of your tee shirt and tops of your arms". It would be more helpful if people could stick PostIt notes to their foreheads with such things as "I've got a bit of a cold actually", or "I'm in a bit of a mood today, best off avoiding me", or "I'm planning on going out and buying some biscuits later".

Andrew Sherriff
Nicey replies: Well despite my many hours spent expounding my theory of tea bag usage which you clearly support, Yorkshire tea in its defense does say on the pack one bag to a mug. So what you say may well be right and maybe they have decided that they have the leeway to fiddle with their bag contents. Also it might work in favour of those who unlike me leave their bag in their mug to brew for a considerable while. However, I completely see why this situation is a personal set back to yourself.

John Mills
Nicey replies: We don't run out of teaspoons as we wash them up after we have used them. Was it a 60 degree set square or a 45 degree one (I'm guessing 60 degree would be best)?

Zoe Healey
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Nicey replies: Typical yet another clueless design, "Here is a hot one", but we'll design a mug with a matt black glaze giving it the optimum coating for radiating its heat and there by going cold quicker. These are the same dim wits that put handles over the spouts of kettles to scald our fingers or easy open packaging that requires a knife and chopping board to get into.

Also that writing doesn't look like its written in chalk. I could send round one of the younger members of staff to them who would write over everything they hold dear in a variety of media including chalk, poster paint, biro and improvised engraving using old nails. That should set them straight on what chalk looks like.

Nicey replies: Marge,

We would never ever recommend drinking iced tea, its muck. You just need to gather yourself and have a proper cuppa, you'll be fine. Maybe get a few scones and some jam and cream and pretend you're on holiday. I have to say I'm getting quite skilled at scone making, and we have pretended to be on our holidays about 3 times in the last month.