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I can't see anyone noticing if creosote was substituted for marmite to be honest.
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ruffers wrote:I can't see anyone noticing if creosote was substituted for marmite to be honest.
well, the toast would go mouldy, change colour etc...Image
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I really hope you're not "dissing" marmite James, otherwise we might fall out... ;)
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markfiend wrote:I really hope you're not "dissing" marmite James, otherwise we might fall out... ;)
certainly not MarkyMark, Marmiteâ„¢ on hot buttered toast be the food of the Gods
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James Blast wrote:
markfiend wrote:I really hope you're not "dissing" marmite James, otherwise we might fall out... ;)
certainly not MarkyMark, Marmiteâ„¢ on hot buttered toast be the food of the Gods
Indeedy ;D

Wholewheat toast for preference.
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markfiend wrote:
James Blast wrote:
markfiend wrote:I really hope you're not "dissing" marmite James, otherwise we might fall out... ;)
certainly not MarkyMark, Marmiteâ„¢ on hot buttered toast be the food of the Gods
Indeedy ;D

Wholewheat toast for preference.
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ruffers wrote:Leaving a fridge door open will actually increase the temperature in a room.
Only if it's switched on ;)
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timsinister wrote:
markfiend wrote:
James Blast wrote:certainly not MarkyMark, Marmiteâ„¢ on hot buttered toast be the food of the Gods
Indeedy ;D

Wholewheat toast for preference.
Here's me thinking I was the last Marmite Fanatic on the planet.
Oh no. We're everywhere. I prefer mine on cold buttered toast. You can put it in the fridge to cool down if you're in a hurry. Works a treat, but doesn't do your fridge any good.
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James Blast wrote:there is water at the bottom of the ocean
how stupid :eek: of me to believe there`d be corrals or sand :lol: :innocent:
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James Blast wrote:well, the toast would go mouldy, change colour etc...
Unless it is Toast 6 Titanium Barman. :wink:
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filthyrikky wrote:
RicheyJames wrote:...something i don't know.
A whales is not in fact a fish.

It's an insect.
We had an argument earlier at school about this, and I've worked it all out.

Whales are reptiles, close relatives of Anacondas, with a distant relation to Koalas. And they can't breathe underwater, they just look like they can.
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James Blast wrote:there is water at the bottom of the ocean
now if that is correct (and i don't doubt your superior knowledge on this subject :wink: )

what's at the bottom of the sea?...obviously the water can't be in two places at once...and we all know that a sea isn't an ocean :innocent:

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James Blast wrote:you've got split ends
lol Nice one Mr Blast :lol:
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