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How cool is this? :)
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Very cool :)
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Fantastic! And happy birthday!
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Great cake! To quote Martin Walker: "I believe the correct descriptive terms for this are fab, brill and triff".

Happy birthday!
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Wow, so many replies! :-D

I'm doing my age in hex from now on. Only #$28 now!! ;-)
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Iain wrote:I'm doing my age in hex from now on. Only #$28 now!! ;-)
Ha!

Convert to binary for a less flattering number... ;)
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andy vaisey wrote: Convert to binary for a less flattering number... ;)
Bigger number base is better!! I might switch to a 32 base system in another few years. :-D
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wow,
I wouldn't want to eat it! :lol:

what a great birthday present that is! was it tasty then?
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Matt wrote:wow,
I wouldn't want to eat it! :lol:
what a great birthday present that is! was it tasty then?
Well, it did look almost too good to eat but eaten it was, although not too tasty, I prefer the fresh cream kind of cake, but the printing wouldn't work on that I assume.
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