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Nicey replies: It all sounds delightfully cyber-punkesque. Hoorah for the Japanese and their hatstand ideas.

Gratuitous link to Oolong the sadly departed head performance rabbit.

Tina Hayes
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Nicey replies: Its a good job the rocks didn't smash them all. We'll have to let Ace biscuit hunter Jonathan Dean know as he is in Japan right now.

Horrah for the Japanese and their unfortunate product names!

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Amy Walters
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Nicey replies: Amy,

Yes we call chocolate chip cookies the same as that is basically an American genre, also it would mess up the alliteration if we changed it.

Thanks for the info about mallow biscuits, unfortunately I don't know what a 'bundt cake' is, so I'll assume its like a cake version of the Pinwheel.

The 'Whoopie Pie' sounds like an out of control Kimberly.