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My tweets - My hour for tea is half-past five, and my buttered toast waits for nobody.
My tweets
  • Sun, 17:30: RT @nypl: Aspic? Gelatin and chaud-froid? Get ready for your next dinner party by using recipes found with The Women's Magazine Archive dat…
  • Sun, 17:31: RT @WineShowTV: #Day8 These two, of course, feature heavily in our Top 10 Funniest Moments from Season 1 😂 Check out the full video 👉 http…
  • Sun, 17:43: (Ok, I walk past that spot every time I'm in Canberra. Yikes) Brown snake visits Canberra's centre, shocking shopp… https://t.co/ZF7XI8TBl4
  • Sun, 18:00: The curious origins of the lemon, lime and bitters, Australia's national drink https://t.co/j71obaPcja via @abcnews
  • Sun, 18:06: (I've watched too many 60s UK shows) Dummy of dead son lying on couple's hotel bed a result of 'misunderstanding' b… https://t.co/x40kaQscyh
  • Mon, 06:39: RT @ticiaverveer: The chariot - with a man aged in his late 40 upwards in a fetal position inside - had also been buried upright, as though…
  • Mon, 06:55: RT @BBCArchive: #OnThisDay 1965: Delia Derbyshire gave Tomorrow's World a sample of the techniques used in the BBC's Radiophonic Workshop h…
  • Mon, 06:58: RT @qikipedia: An OOLER is an undersized potato. You know, in case you ever need a specific word for such a thing. (Photo: Fructibus.) ht…

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