A Conversation for MINISTRY OF JELLY!

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Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Hello, welcome to H2G2's Official Ministry Of Jelly and if you're are new here welcome to H2G2 itselfsmiley - smiley Here you'll find many useful links to Jelly and Jelly fans around the site and as promised you also get somewhere to eat Fruit Pastilles without people moaning at you for dropping bits of silver foil on the floor...

So if you'd just like to take a seat on one of our jelly sponsored inflatable chairs then the jelly trolley will be around shortlysmiley - smiley


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The Fish

Mmmm, Jelly Trolley smiley - bigeyes
smiley - fish


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Post 3

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Y'know I'm starting to have a feeling of deja-vu about thissmiley - winkeye
I don't suppose you followed the link to get here did you??? Not that this isn't a highly professional office it's just it keeps taking me somewhere entirely different...
*grins*
I know what I'm doing though...


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The Fish

Yes, actually. I just tried the link, and here I am... smiley - bigeyes

Deja-vu? Surely not smiley - winkeye

smiley - fish


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Post 5

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

I know I fixed it now...it's just that all the others seem to lead here too nowsmiley - smiley


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Post 6

The Fish

Seeing as this is a que...

Could I have some "I don't know what's it's called but I know I like it"? smiley - bigeyes
smiley - fish


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Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

*joins the queue*
I hope there's some orange ones left by the time I get to the front.


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The Fish

Certainly! I'm more of a Red man, but the Minister has already consumed those in the name of "research" smiley - winkeye the dark ones are mine, and you can help yourself to the oranges smiley - bigeyes
smiley - fish


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Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*Appears wearing a hostess costume and pushing a dessert trolley whilst trying to remember how many 's' were supposed to be in that*

Hello...wow two people queueing a success alreadysmiley - winkeye

*stands in front of the inflatable sofas and demonstrates the various options hoping that soemone will pick the green jelly rabbit*
Of course there's orange ones left EV...and the red ones were eaten for research...think of all the additives in them, don't know what effect that could have on peoplesmiley - smiley


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Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

Oh good. Glad we could come to some arrangement. smiley - smiley


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Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins*
Y'know I didn't even notice that simulpost...surely deserves some kind of jelly rewardsmiley - smiley
*passes over a miniature orange jelly rabbit to EV*
smiley - tongueout


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Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

Ah, thank you. *eats orange jelly rabbit* smiley - smiley


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Post 13

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*whips out her notebook and pen*
Which way? Which way did you eat it???
*gets ready to take notes*
smiley - winkeye


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Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

Well, I sort of popped it in my mouth and chewed it a bit until it was sufficiently broken up to allow me to swallow it, at which point it went down my alimentary canal into my stomach, where my digestive juices broke it up into its constituent parts......... is this really what you wanted to know?


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Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

Well you could have attempted to spell Oesophagus but it'll do...
*passes another jelly rabbit to EV and watches to see if he eats the head first*smiley - tongueout


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Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

*pops the whole thing in his mouth at once*


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The Fish

Not wanting to correct an esteemed Medical smiley - winkeye Prectitioner such as your self Doc,
But seeing as it was a mainly sugar based confectionary. Would the amalayse enzyme in your saliva, have firstly broken down these into glucose, whilst still in your throat...??? Being that, one in the stomach, the pH levels are so dfferant that the amalayze dies...??

... Only a thought... smiley - winkeye

smiley - fish


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Post 18

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*wonders if she's finally found a use for foolishly having memorised diagrams of the digestive and circulatory systems*
Hmmm... actually you'll note that sugars, amino acids and glycerol are small molecules and can pass easily without being broken broken down thus amylase is not needed as it's only used for bigger molecules such as starch, proteins and fats...and if you like I can give specific enzyme names for themsmiley - smiley
*wonders who knew that GCSE biology would ever come in so useful*


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Dr E Vibenstein (You know it is, it really is.)

*sighs*
*gets out his big card with "I'M NOT A DOCTOR OF MEDICINE" written on it and holds it up for all to see*


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Post 20

Tinkerbell *tumbleweed*

*grins*
We know...did you not recognise the Fish winksmiley - smiley


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