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    Originally posted by twinkletoes View Post

    Well, he looks trustworthy. For a pyromaniac.
    To my recollection, Mos didn't intentionally start that fire...

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      Originally posted by wjs View Post

      To my recollection, Mos didn't intentionally start that fire...
      you are right! But he found out that things which are "made in Britain" are bugged in times of dire need ... sorry colinclean
      this scene was epic and writing a mail can really be quite difficult

      for all who don´t know it - here is the link

      still laughing my socks off!

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        You know, speaking of which, did you see that ludicrous display last night?

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          Originally posted by wjs View Post

          To my recollection, Mos didn't intentionally start that fire...
          That's what they want you to believe, but just look at how entranced he is by that fire

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            Did you know, thought, that the British invented cake?

            It's true!



            The Marquess of Cake invented it as a safe way of carrying eggs during the Napoleonic Wars. There was a complex and lengthy "decaking" process that he went through to return the eggs to their natural state - it took a Decaking Engine that required a brigade of men to operate it, and now, sadly, we are left only with the useless byproduct of the process - cake.

            True story, that.

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              Originally posted by wjs View Post
              You know, speaking of which, did you see that ludicrous display last night?
              I saw the whole series buddy "what was he thinking wjs "

              and for the rest of the bees - just to close another gap-in-education here is the next link

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                Originally posted by colinclean View Post
                and now, sadly, we are left only with the useless byproduct of the process - cake.
                Useless? If that is so..... All your cake are belong to us. And by us I mean me.

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                  Originally posted by colinclean View Post
                  It's true!

                  I love that sheep

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                    Originally posted by twinkletoes View Post
                    And by us I mean me.

                    no - twinkle! your are mistaken! not you! me - because its my thread - therefore: my cake!

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                      Originally posted by TheLibrarian View Post


                      no - twinkle! your are mistaken! not you! me - because its my thread - therefore: my cake!
                      Says the one who gave away cake before. Try to stop me from eating it!

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                        Originally posted by twinkletoes View Post

                        Says the one who gave away cake before. Try to stop me from eating it!

                        that was the 100th page anniversary cake - this is something else entirely - this is the "marquess of cake"

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                          Originally posted by TheLibrarian View Post
                          this is the "marquess of cake"
                          This is war!

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                            Oh dear. First Dr Who, then Game of Thrones, but could this be the final straw....?

                            I'm not really that bothered by cake.

                            I don't have much of a sweet tooth. And I don't think Wales is a very cakey culture. Have you seen our national cake, the very-obviously-named Welsh cake? It's really not much more than a flat scone with some dried fruit in it if you're lucky. It might be mistaken for a jumped-up biscuit!

                            http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/welsh_cakes_16706

                            As a Welsh person, I'm contractually obliged to love Welsh cakes - and I do - but they are so unspectacular as a "national dish" cake, that I think they might be construed as an attack on the very idea of cake!

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                              Originally posted by colinclean View Post
                              Have you seen our national cake, the very-obviously-named Welsh cake?
                              I don't even care what it looks like. The fact that you do have a national cake is awesome enough all on it's own.

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                                It's kinda by default though twinkletoes. It is the only Welsh cake, therefore it is the Welsh cake!*

                                *This is, I know, not literally true!

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