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Adrian Leaman
Nicey replies: I'm very fond of a macaroon now and again.

Steve Horley
Nicey replies: Actually the NCOTAASD HQ kettle is also a Tefal Delphina in white, but much quieter than the blue one we showed. By all means keep us informed on your ability to boil water, we like to keep up current affairs

Sean Gilbert

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Nicey replies: Sean,

I'm going to go out on a limb here, but you are probably very odd in regard to this chocolate biscuit aversion. Perhaps there was a traumatic event in your formative years that included a chocolate biscuit? Given that most people especially those with whom you share a biscuit tin, would see your passing over of the decent chocolate biscuits as a bonus, I wouldn't be rushing out to seek regressive hypnotherapy.

Scott Bachmann
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Nicey replies: Scott, I too have had some fairly rubbish Turkish Delight, not the proper pink jelly stuff but more like partially molten green styrofoam. Apparently this was the real stuff as brought back from Turkey by a colleague, and it was green because of its Pistachio content. If this is the stuff which delights them in Turkey I wouldn't like to have to eat mouthfuls of of the stuff they're not fussed on.

Anyhow you shouldn't go wrong with a decent biscuit and a cup of proper tea.

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