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Re: Anyone else get the 'Something in the Air' Jelly moulds

Wed Jan 08, 2014 2:16 pm

Chris D wrote:Just found them. No cookery stickers on mine. Does jelly making count as cookery you may ask. In my case it is the limits of my repertoire.

One has a tour laminate, the other a poster.

As Chris says, Definitely No Jelly moulds mention on the sticker, for the record the sticker on the white box says :

Something in the air : features special live recordings of "Dear friend" and contains a "15 x 20" Penguin poster.

The Sticker on the Black box says :

Something in the air : features special live recordings of "Credo & Shadowplay" and contains an elusive' Something in the air 92' Tour Laminate.
In my book jelly making is cookery chris ;) I can see this is gonna be messy! ;)

Re: Anyone else get the 'Something in the Air' Jelly moulds

Wed Jan 08, 2014 2:22 pm

mwelljester wrote:
Chris D wrote:Just found them. No cookery stickers on mine. Does jelly making count as cookery you may ask. In my case it is the limits of my repertoire.

One has a tour laminate, the other a poster.

As Chris says, Definitely No Jelly moulds mention on the sticker, for the record the sticker on the white box says :

Something in the air : features special live recordings of "Dear friend" and contains a "15 x 20" Penguin poster.

The Sticker on the Black box says :

Something in the air : features special live recordings of "Credo & Shadowplay" and contains an elusive' Something in the air 92' Tour Laminate.
In my book jelly making is cookery chris ;) I can see this is gonna be messy! ;)


Messy :shock: with my culinary skills jelly making could lead to the end of Great Yarmouth as we know it (or probably just as I know it really).
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Re: Anyone else get the 'Something in the Air' Jelly moulds

Wed Jan 08, 2014 2:43 pm

Chris D wrote:
mwelljester wrote:
Chris D wrote:Just found them. No cookery stickers on mine. Does jelly making count as cookery you may ask. In my case it is the limits of my repertoire.

One has a tour laminate, the other a poster.

As Chris says, Definitely No Jelly moulds mention on the sticker, for the record the sticker on the white box says :

Something in the air : features special live recordings of "Dear friend" and contains a "15 x 20" Penguin poster.

The Sticker on the Black box says :

Something in the air : features special live recordings of "Credo & Shadowplay" and contains an elusive' Something in the air 92' Tour Laminate.
In my book jelly making is cookery chris ;) I can see this is gonna be messy! ;)


Messy :shock: with my culinary skills jelly making could lead to the end of Great Yarmouth as we know it (or probably just as I know it really).

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: aaarrrrgggghhhh!!!! The Blob returns!!!! The End of the World is Nigh!!!! ;) :lol: :lol: :lol:
And there I was thinking, all this bad weather s down to our "Ozone Layer is F****d, in actual fact its down to thousands of people
with No Culinary skills making Jelly, this is as about as far fetched as "The Mice" from " The hitchehikers galaxy" ;) :lol:
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Re: Anyone else get the 'Something in the Air' Jelly moulds

Wed Jan 08, 2014 3:20 pm

Well I didn't dream it I assure you - maybe it was listed as that in a catalogue or something

Anyway at Uni I mate 'Fish' Jelly with them and they were epic :D

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