Well, I bet you guys don’t have
Because, apparently, everything should taste like bacon.
What? No clickable link, Samantha! Whaddaya want me to do? Highlight the link, click right click, press copy, then paste the link into my browser, then press enter? That’s way too much work.
I haven’t learned how to hyperlink shit in the forums yet. Teach me how.
I like Vegenaise.
Kenji, I only know about Marmite because I read a book written by a Who groupie who said Keith Moon made her cover herself in it.
I watch a lot of UK programming and I once heard Stephen Fry say that you guys don’t have margarine there. True or false? He also said Americans call quarters “two bits” which is completely untrue. I have never in my life heard someone call a quarter a “two bit”. It sounds like something a pirate would say. HE ALSO ALSO SAID THAT Americans call jam “jelly”. We say both things. It is my understanding that jelly is the lower quality product and jam is equal to preserves (higher quality product).
No, I’m pretty incompetent.
Has any American here tasted an Australian thing called Vegemite?
Do you like vegenaise on you vegemite sandwich?
Because “I come from the Land down under! Where women glow and men plunder!”
1. The people who frequent it are pretentious snobs
2. I was scared away by the number of Benjamin Button threads
3. Criterion films are too complex to understand
4. The first thread I read was 11 pages of insane babble
5. There were way to many lists
Name that topic
No, I don’t eat vegemite. At least not anymore. I got off the wagon. But, I like butter. I like how it contributes to heart disease.
BTW, how is there like over 300 posts for a topic that was started yesterday?
Samantha, how to post links and other fantastic info found in this amazing thread
Bacon bacon bacon
Mmm. Can’t get enough of that swine flu. Hey that beating heart just appeared out of nowhere.
JAY your directions aren’t working for me. Pewp.
Okay nevermind here we go
You had url and text placement mixed up.
Oh wait, that was T. Not you. Sorries.
I’m making a grilled cheese sangwich.
I don’t think that link works Sam, might try another one. It’s “link” : link or “what you want the link to say” : link. But with no spaces. Oh, I see. On that help thread. The first poster has it switched around. The second has it correct. I always look at the second one as they gave more clear directions. In any event, I always go back to that thread when I can’t remember this stuff.
Well, I got class now. Bye bye.
This thread moves fast. Samantha, no we do have margarine but perhaps it’s not the same as American margarine? I’m not sure if the meaning has changed? There are a lot of buttery spreads and olive spreads these days, not so much the old type. Stephen Fry was brilliant as Wellington in Blackadder 3 (great episode on youtube)
Baconnaise, I heard is a red carpet to heart attack….
Kenji – never heard or seen Marmite before
List of things I haven’t seen
2. A ghost
3. Someone making a phone
I’ve seen everything else.
Everything should taste like bacon? No, everything should taste like a big juicy steak. Maybe then I’d get a girl. (know what I’m sayin’?)
since you broke out the samwise remix, I have to bring back the christian bale remix because… well I don’t have a good reason but I could actually see this being a club banger and I shamelessly find it hilarious so here
I saw Han shoot first.
Reason why I’m so badass.
I played a game of russian roulette by myself with six bullets and I won.
I’m totally okay with the Bale tirade. I would have reacted the same way.
Tofurky = Tofu+Turkey is here …
I shot Liberty Valance. And I told George Lucas to make the Star Wars prequels.
And also I AM THIRD REVELATION!
What in the name of Baconnaise is Marmite?!
I don’t care about the tirade either. He’s an intense method actor. He was wired up and overreacted then apologized for it. The backlash to it was overdone but quickly faded. The priceless dance remix that came out of it, though, that will never fade. That’s forever. As is this
How do you post a link? Confused.
Corduroy i’ve not seen a ghost but many years ago my wife and i did once hear either a ghost or a vanishing big cat in an attic, it gave off a terrible unearthly roar after i went up thinking it was a burglar, as i heard footsteps.
Marmite is to be spread (lightly not like jam) on hot buttered toast, and it is delicious. It’s a well known love or hate thing. That bacon spread doesn’t look half so classy! Other very yummy British specialities;
Great British Breakfast,
And how about lavabread from Wales?
doesn’t that look appetising?
Justin – Marmite – The British version of the product is a sticky, dark brown paste with a distinctive, powerful flavour, which is extremely salty and savoury with umami qualities, somewhat comparable to soy sauce. This distinctive taste is reflected in the British company’s marketing slogan: “Love it or hate it.” It is similar to the Australian Vegemite and Swiss Cenovis.
“umami qualities” – sounds delicious