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#RorschachDoodle I see... kitteh
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I see 2 kittehs. The top one is pouncing.
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The new edition. Uncertain whether to pre-order or just drop significant hints to my loved ones regarding Yuletide gifts.
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I won candy on the #googlebirthday doodle! Score: 82
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Candy? No... No... What you want is some cookies. http://orteil.dashnet.org/cookieclicker/ Tasty tasty cookies......
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#RorschachDoodle I see... footballing dinosaurs
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Opinionated loudmouth. Shameless geek. Likes kittens. Just like everyone else on the internet, then.
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Person of often-varying hair and determinedly ambiguous gender identification. Writes things in exchange for money.

Likes death metal and extremely loud folk music. Plays video games, GMs RPGs, sleeps under cats. Starting to train for fitness again following extended downtime. Owner of a sordid and unduly interesting past. Interested in new and exciting ways of reforging self and universe.

I am contractually obliged to make it clear that this account represents only my own personal opinion, which does not reflect that of my employer. My arguments in favour of cat-based technology listicles continue to fall on deaf ears, for a start.
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This tiny restaurant, which has just half a dozen tables, is a testament to its owners' love of African cuisine. The quality of the cooking (mostly carried out off-site and reheated, but not adversely affected by this), organic ingredients and beautiful use of spices is excellent. Even a simple portion of rice and peas is lifted beyond the ordinary with the unexpected appearance of cinnamon. The menu caters to all requirements, whether you're vegetarian, vegan or unable to eat gluten, while meat-eaters can choose from wide range of options. Our mixed group of veggies and carnivores were all very happy with their meals. The food is all marked by the use of spice and seasoning, so this spiciness is the only point on which anyone could conceivably be put off, even though most of the dishes aren't seasoned to be hot. The service is friendly and very welcoming (thanks, Antonio!), as are the surroundings, including a selection of African art on display, which you can buy if it takes your fancy. Prices are also reasonable at around £20 a head including drink, shared starters, main course and coffee. This isn't a run-of-the-mill restaurant, which is exactly why you should visit. We'll be returning with more friends.
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