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Well, it's Monday and just a few days before I go back to England. So, must be time for some.... toast.

 

 

Toast tips in this thread and this thread alone!

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My dad is like that. lol

He really lays it on (way too much).

 

Haven't heard that song in years.

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Six pints of beer followed by Marmite on toast (and maybe some tea and pills with a thought for the morn).

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Originally Posted By: fukdane
?, Chriselle


marmots....squirrels....gofers...used to shoot the little buggers with a .22 when I was a kid.

marmot....marmite ,,,,sounds close enough to make a joke. banner

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I sometimes consume vast amounts of toast after a night out (when no curry or chips are involved). I remember once going back twice and having 6 rounds. Not a diet period that.

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Been out for a few pints tonight.

Just come back.

Currently consuming toast.

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Am a granary with marmite man, me.

 

None of this poncified jam nor butter. wink

 

Avocado?! WTF! spam

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Bacon and poached egg on sourdough with pepper and tom sauce.

 

Yumm

 

Seemore

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Originally Posted By: grungy-gonads
Just some quality butter on some quality bread toast will be good.


When is toast not made from bread? wink

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