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Sunday 1 February 2004 12.26pm
Thanks everyone for the support....and just in case you don't already know, we are open today (Sunday) from 10 till 4. We have some extra special home baked cakes and muffins so come along....
Sunday 1 February 2004 3.10pm
I've just returned from a very pleasant morning at SoBo, Peter had indeed specially prepared some yummy looking cakes but I'd filled myself up on a lovely panini so couldn't fit one in. Great vibe there on a Sunday and no feeling of being rushed. Well done!
Sunday 1 February 2004 4.05pm
I too was there this morning. Like the space a lot and the 2 double lattes sorted the mild hangover and set me up for the rest of the day. The 'Sunday muffin' was very good, if a little undignified to eat -I managed to spread non-designer crumbs all over the place.
Monday 2 February 2004 9.40am
You can't beat a Sunday Muffin(')

...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Monday 2 February 2004 10.38am
somehow, as I typed my previous post, I just knew that those words would draw the snickers.....didn't stop me though did it? In my defence, I was only qouting the label on the cake. I wonder if they do Monday Muffin...
Monday 2 February 2004 10.42am
You fancy more Muffin Jane?
Monday 2 February 2004 10.46am
I think in the interests of getting on with some work this morning I resist taking this any further. Over to you, boys...
Monday 2 February 2004 10.51am
Lol - good idea Jane, although I have no work to be getting on with though....
Monday 2 February 2004 10.59am
There would seem to be much ado about muffin.
Monday 2 February 2004 10.59am
sorry to hear that - pay a visit to SoBo and check out the....pastries.
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