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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.

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Fruit Shortcake Review
Nicey replies: Mike,

Your tea drinking and sitting down facilities are an inspiration. I love the round table made out of decking. Also the attention to detail in the decor evokes a wonderful lorry park ambience like the two huge concrete slabs and the use of different sized skips, cable reels and a distant ladder. I wouldn't be at all surprised if Linda Barker didn't pick up on this and start passing it off as her ideas.

Karen Britton

Steve Stackable

HobNob Review
Nicey replies: Hi Steve,

All manufacturers reserve the right to change their recipes, however, they don't do such things lightly as it can drive away loyal customers. Hobnobs cut out their hydrogenated fat content a good while back now, using just vegetable oil which is something that McVities can be rightly proud of. This made them a bit crumblier and crispier, and subtly altered the flavour although most people will not have noticed. I haven't had one recently, although of course I now fancy one.