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Nicey replies: Well done. What you suggest is probably even messier than a Tim Tam Slam, and is a valuable contribution to biscuit eating culture. Be simultaneously sticky and proud.

Alasdair Bowen
Nicey replies: Alasdair,

You may require a slight change to your work routines as the approach I've often used to this problem is to 'hang out' in the kitchen for a bit whilst making tea, possibly in the company of somebody agreeable. The most sensible approach is to make two cups for yourselves then make everybody else's. Whilst doing so you will be free to chat about the important issues of the day, possibly even work related if you are particularly driven individuals. Of course most kitchens don't offer seating so it's not going to be an ideal set up. You can use the lack of sit downs to counter accusations of slacking off in the kitchen. If however your new regime is gathering acceptance you might want to consider asking for a couple of bar stools. It is important to remember that time spent away from ones desk talking to others in your company is not wasted time, and provides valuable opportunities to exchange ideas over the kettle.

Other than that you may want to consider one of those water boiler things that go on the wall, but it seems a bit OTT for eight people.

Chris Rayment
Nicey replies: Yes I did think about 'value/pound' shops but decided to keep it simple. Nanny Nicey lives in the cheap shop capital of South Wales, Bridgend (a small market town) which last time I visited it had 6 of them, which included a three story high Wilkinson and a vast purpose built Pound-Stretcher. I'm simultaneously impressed and dismayed by it.

Frances Woodward
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Nicey replies: Yes,

Nice Bag of Tea and A Sit Down, sounds a bit odd. Also surely if one were actually to drink tea from a paper bag that was its self made from a tea bag, you could get into some kind of fearsome tea related Mobius loop. I want somebody to do that and see if apart from getting their jumper wet as an amusing consequence they also fold reality in on itself. Terrific. Surely this is the plot of the next Hollywood science fiction blockbuster, "The bag of tea bag tea incident".

I feel sure Wifey is going to give me a talking to when she reads this..

Helen Stephens