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Lord knows, men are hardly worthy of such gifts. Usually you tell us you need three weeks to write a piece, and even that's going to be tight, because you don't know what you're going to say — and then it pops into the in-box in half an hour, and we don't change a word. If you forget about the dough, you can throw it in the freezer but once the seasons have changed, chuck it.