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Old 22nd December 2000, 12:10
jinmich jinmich is offline
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Elly-May? What did you say a cookie cutter is? I told you my definition..........so what is it you use to make the shaped cookies?


Chat soon? I get out early today.........hopefully

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Old 22nd December 2000, 18:14
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Talking Memory Failure

You have a short memory I only told you the other day a Cookie Cutter is a Shark.(so my dad says!)

We use biscuit cutters here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

See you in chat later don't forget the new address.

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Old 6th January 2001, 13:56
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biscuit cutters or the open end of an empty jar or glass!
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Old 6th January 2001, 13:59
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Paisley- we use pastry cutters as the jam kept going all over the pastry!

The cookie cutter is really a Shark my dad said so.

It was in a quiz and he was the only one that got it RIGHT.

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