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    Malteser81 [sign in to see picture]
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    Muz333 wrote:

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    Ok, I LOVE hot baths and if I dont dome out of it lobster colour than i'm not clean and I also Love bovril but Muzz hun, im Welsh.....not Scottish =S

    Then I'm making you a honorary Scot.

    Why thank you but i'm very proud to be welsh AND love bovril =D

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    Malteser81 wrote:

    Why thank you but i'm very proud to be welsh AND love bovril =D

    Ach we're practically the same anyway. Just that in Scotland our towns aren't called things such as Porthmadog where you all speak some crazy language. Yes, it's the only place in Wales I've been to and it's probably just one of those weird places like the apparently Gaelic speaking communities somewhere in Scotland.

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    Muz333 wrote:

    Malteser81 wrote:

    Why thank you but i'm very proud to be welsh AND love bovril =D

    Ach we're practically the same anyway. Just that in Scotland our towns aren't called things such as Porthmadog where you all speak some crazy language. Yes, it's the only place in Wales I've been to and it's probably just one of those weird places like the apparently Gaelic speaking communities somewhere in Scotland.

    Lmao......its only North wales that speaks or even knows how to speak welsh and I come from South Wales yet we still sound twp :S

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    Malteser81 wrote:

    Lmao......its only North wales that speaks or even knows how to speak welsh and I come from South Wales yet we still sound twp :S

    It was scary, even the road signs were in some form of cryptic code from some era of man long lost to the histories.

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    Muz333 wrote:

    Malteser81 wrote:

    Lmao......its only North wales that speaks or even knows how to speak welsh and I come from South Wales yet we still sound twp :S

    It was scary, even the road signs were in some form of cryptic code from some era of man long lost to the histories.

    Were not THAT backwards u know and yes Maerdy only discovered electricity last year but were surviving lol

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    Things that confuse... Welsh.

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    Malteser81 wrote:

    Muz333 wrote:

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    Bringing some culture to the beautiful game!

    They also don't allow alcohol at Scottish football grounds any more. :( I like a good Bovril as well which is basically a cup of gravy.

    Oh yummmmmmmmm, wants a bovril now.Been years since I had one of those *drools*

    Does anyone have it on toast?

    I love bovril spread on toast or toasted bagels...apparently it's weird.

    Adx

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    AdnaW wrote:

    Does anyone have it on toast?

    I love bovril spread on toast or toasted bagels...apparently it's weird.

    Adx

    Nah, I just have it as a hot drink with some chilli sauce splashed in for extra kick. Fends off that Scottish weather all right. :)

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    Why with all the sheep in Scotland we do not make sheep cheeses.

    The DWP 'helpline'. After using this 'help'line I always end up feeling as though it may in fact be the least helpful line that I have ever used. Like a cheesy chat up line that earns you at the best, a slap. Last time she ignored questions, insignificant things like 'will you backdate the money you haven't paid me', shouted down the phone and gave me a load of bull. Why do they bother calling it a helpline? Please, rename this- oh, and employ people to answer the bloody callers!

    Computer games confuse me. Occasionally left and right confuse me.The assertion that cutting jobs and making 'efficiency savings' will not affect frontline services confuses me, why are they bothering to lie? How gullible do they really think we are?

    Getting jam in the middle of a doughnut, as yet I have failed at this task and had to resort to dorings instead. How does one do it?

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    Rowan wrote:

    Why with all the sheep in Scotland we do not make sheep cheeses.

    perhaps because sheep cheese just sounds plain awful. :(

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    WandA wrote:

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    Yeah, is it just me are do about 99% of women complain it's cold but when you pour a bath or shower to share they start moaning that it's too hot? I just don't understand what's up with their sense of temperature, there seems to be no nice middle ground with them.

    That's a thing that confuses me... Why Ad feels the cold really badly but insists on sitting in a big cold bath puddle. Shrinkage isn't very sexy for shared baths. Crazy creatures.

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    Bovril is a drink that only Scots can appreciate. It's basically just drinking meat, grows hairs on your eyeballs.

    Sure your not thinging of inverted eyelashes?

    Ad feels the cold and hates the heat because she's physically fucked in almost everyway.

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    WandA wrote:

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    i think i'm a gay man in a woman's body.

    I have no huge collection of handbags, I'm a code-monkey, I don't like hen-do's, I love porn, I don't feel the cold, I'm logical, I feel incredibly sleepy after sex, I have to have my own space to sleep so cuddle before sleeping then move away, I don't watch X-Factor, Eastenders, Corrie, I'm a celeb, etc

    I'll get in touch with the union and have them send you a penis! Black, white or purple?

    I do like my logic and reason. There does appear to be something to these gender stereotype things but of course they aren't fixed and to treat people as if they were is silly!

    Purple please - i don't wanna give up my breasts though - they're one of my favourite bits of me...

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    Rowan - you can inject it!

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    AdnaW wrote:

    Malteser81 wrote:

    Muz333 wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Bringing some culture to the beautiful game!

    They also don't allow alcohol at Scottish football grounds any more. :( I like a good Bovril as well which is basically a cup of gravy.

    Oh yummmmmmmmm, wants a bovril now.Been years since I had one of those *drools*

    Does anyone have it on toast?

    I love bovril spread on toast or toasted bagels...apparently it's weird.

    Adx

    I don't have bovril any more - we used to have it a lot when I was a child - but I do still like an incredibly unsophisticated toasted bagel with Marmite.

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    Muz333 wrote:

    WandA wrote:

    Bringing some culture to the beautiful game!

    They also don't allow alcohol at Scottish football grounds any more. :( I like a good Bovril as well which is basically a cup of gravy.

    I love Bovril! (on toast - Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm) I love it so much that I tell my husband I llove him more than Bovril as a sign of true affection...

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    I'm a marmite hater - does that make sense? How can I like bovril and hate marmite? I even swore off bovril when they stopped using beef in it 'cause of mad cow disease because the made it with yeast instead which is marmite!

    Adx

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    AdnaW wrote:

    Does anyone have it on toast?

    I love bovril spread on toast or toasted bagels...apparently it's weird.

    Adx

    Not weird, wonderful. Bovril on toast is mighty.

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    AdnaW wrote:

    I'm a marmite hater - does that make sense? How can I like bovril and hate marmite? I even swore off bovril when they stopped using beef in it 'cause of mad cow disease because the made it with yeast instead which is marmite!

    Adx

    Because bovril is sweet and comforting & marmite is sharp and takes the skin off the roof of your mouth.

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    CurlyCoupleWife wrote:

    AdnaW wrote:

    Does anyone have it on toast?

    I love bovril spread on toast or toasted bagels...apparently it's weird.

    Adx

    Not weird, wonderful. Bovril on toast is mighty.

    I spend a stupidly large proportion of my food budget on bovril! It's so expensive!

    Adx

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    headsouth wrote:

    CurlyCoupleWife wrote:

    i think i'm a gay man in a woman's body.

    I have no huge collection of handbags, I'm a code-monkey, I don't like hen-do's, I love porn, I don't feel the cold, I'm logical, I feel incredibly sleepy after sex, I have to have my own space to sleep so cuddle before sleeping then move away, I don't watch X-Factor, Eastenders, Corrie, I'm a celeb, etc

    Where's the gay bit come into it then? I think most gay men I know don't fit that profile in the slightest! The straight ones though... Maybe a sexually confused man?

    Gay because I fancy my husband - if I'm a man I'm definitely gay.

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