• Things that confuse me...

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    Alicia D'amore [sign in to see picture]
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    headsouth wrote:

    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

    No no don't hate it! If you hate it they win!! Just go "Meh, it's OK I suppose, not really my thing though". That's the only way we can destroy the system!

    But I actually really really dislike it!

    It's foul!

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    It confuses me why WandA will happily go off and research physiological things by himself - but hates when I talk to him about physiological things.

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    telemachus wrote:

    Rowan - you can inject it!

    Bovril? That's some serious habit there.

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    headsouth wrote:

    Marmite XO is much smoother...

    whatie? xo?

    what is this thing you speak of?

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    headsouth wrote:

    No no don't hate it! If you hate it they win!! Just go "Meh, it's OK I suppose, not really my thing though". That's the only way we can destroy the system!

    Wow. That is philosophy in action. I'm impressed.

    AdnaW wrote:

    It confuses me why WandA will happily go off and research physiological things by himself - but hates when I talk to him about physiological things.

    Adx

    Why? I can't fast forward you past the boring bits, i can skim read an article. You get too excited and explain the shite bits.

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    CurlyCoupleWife wrote:

    headsouth wrote:

    Marmite XO is much smoother...

    whatie? xo?

    what is this thing you speak of?

    From the future

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    It's amazing how much conversation I was able to raise about bovril!

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    XO is kinda the facial expression i pull if I spread marmite as thick as I spread my bovril...

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    Muz333 wrote:

    It's amazing how much conversation I was able to raise about bovril!

    and I'm not even scottish (had no idea it was a scottish thing...)

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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bovril

    It does have a fascinating history... Probably more colourful than the entire history of cows. Cows are shit aren't they?

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    may I just say "chicken Bovril? - bleuuurgh!" ?

    bovril should be beefy, chicken bovril is just plain weird.

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    I'm confused by the sudden fascination with bovril

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    It's not sudden, I've loved Bovril all my life

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    CurlyCoupleWife wrote:

    It's not sudden, I've loved Bovril all my life

    Me too!

    Adx

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    like the packaging! I don't hate marmite, it's ok and is handy for flavouring nut roasts and the like but for toast Bovril is umpteen times better.

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    WandA wrote:

    telemachus wrote:

    Rowan - you can inject it!

    Bovril? That's some serious habit there.

    No, jam.

    TM- How do you do that then?

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    Oh I love Marmite too and Twiglets, cant have a party without Twiglets.... yummmy

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    why, when he has the whole room to run around in, does the hamster like the clattery bit near the door.

    its funny sometimes though cause he goes so fast he spins round :P

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    sweetlove666 wrote:

    why, when he has the whole room to run around in, does the hamster like the clattery bit near the door.

    its funny sometimes though cause he goes so fast he spins round :P

    Maybe he likes to spin!?

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    WandA wrote:

    sweetlove666 wrote:

    why, when he has the whole room to run around in, does the hamster like the clattery bit near the door.

    its funny sometimes though cause he goes so fast he spins round :P

    Maybe he likes to spin!?

    or make loads of noise to piss me off so i get him out and cuddle him?

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