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Iced Gems Review
Nicey replies: Thank you Gemma,

You have enriched all our lives with your insights.

Perhaps one could spear the little blighters on a sturdy paper clip and go for complete immersion (entirely conjecture on my part).


Iced Gems Review
Nicey replies: Yes I see that you have a HobNob your URL icon on the site. Of course if I were to don my biscuit anorak I would say that the HobNob has only been linked to Reading for the last 3 years since United Biscuits (McVities) acquired Jacob's UK based business and so inherited the Huntley and Palmers brands that had previously passed to them, there by traces back to Reading. I don't suppose you fancy informally being called the Iced Gems, which would be more accurately portray the clubs local heritage?


Iced Gems Review
Nicey replies: I wonder if the size of the bubbles has any bearing on the amount of money or the degree to which you are going to get kissed. Occasionally you get a really big one with lots of tiny ones round the edge you see.

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Iced Gems Review
Nicey replies: Mike,

Glad to hear you are back on the tea, and have survived a run in with Spanish biscuits.

That puts me in mind of those programs is on telly about people who have moved to Spain and are trying to repurpose a pile of rubble on a hillside into a luxury villa. They always end up building internal walls out strange square plant pot things, and nobody ever says what are those things? If I was the interviewer I'd say yes we know you owe £50,000 and you've done irreparable damage to your marriage and you haven't slept for a week, but what are those things you are building that wall out of, and who told you to use them? Plus lets face it most Spanish biscuits would make a perfectly good building material.

Due to age I just missed out on Noggin the Nog first time round, so am more of a Poggle's Wood man really.