Forums The Vibe Chat Dinner?

Viewing 25 posts - 1 through 25 (of 34 total)
  • Author
    Posts
  • #1046645
    Avatarpixiegirl
    Participant

    Is a bottle of wine and a tube of Pringles. :laugh_at: :laugh_at:

    #1193534
    AvatarGiantMidget
    Participant
    pixiegirl;308910 wrote:
    Is a bottle of wine and a tube of Pringles. :laugh_at: :laugh_at:

    Haha that’s not dinner! Throw in a toasted cheese/ham sandwich and you’ve got yourself a dinner!

    #1193542
    AvatarDaftFader
    Participant

    home made chilli and rice :love::love::love:

    #1193554
    Avatarpixiegirl
    Participant
    DJCliffy;308911 wrote:
    Haha that’s not dinner! Throw in a toasted cheese/ham sandwich and you’ve got yourself a dinner!

    A lack of bread, cheese, or ham makes that tricky.

    #1193557
    Avataruglyprettytrash
    Participant

    Homemade soup and coffee :love:

    #1193543
    Avatarp0ly
    Participant

    if ya got any marmite just slap it on a plate and you got yourself a wholesome meal

    #1193535
    AvatarGiantMidget
    Participant
    p0lygon-Window;308924 wrote:
    if ya got any marmite just slap it on a plate and you got yourself a wholesome meal

    Or get some nice crumpets. Butter and apply marmite, sprinkle grated cheese over the top and put under a hot grill for 30 seconds. serve and eat. Niiiiice!

    #1193555
    Avatarpixiegirl
    Participant
    DJCliffy;308931 wrote:
    Or get some nice crumpets. Butter and apply marmite, sprinkle grated cheese over the top and put under a hot grill for 30 seconds. serve and eat. Niiiiice!

    Are you trying to turn my stomach…. :yakk:

    #1193531
    AvatarDigital-A
    Participant
    pixiegirl;308910 wrote:
    Is a bottle of wine and a tube of Pringles. :laugh_at: :laugh_at:

    may i have some please it sounds amazing, im so broke i cant even afford tobacco !

    #1193544
    Avatarp0ly
    Participant
    DJCliffy;308931 wrote:
    Or get some nice crumpets. Butter and apply marmite, sprinkle grated cheese over the top and put under a hot grill for 30 seconds. serve and eat. Niiiiice!

    cliffys favorite!! ya know i might go buy some crumpets and do this in honour of you cliffy

    #1193536
    AvatarGiantMidget
    Participant
    DaftFader;308916 wrote:
    home made chilli and rice :love::love::love:

    Dude i can cook a mean chilli! raaa

    pixiegirl;308919 wrote:
    A lack of bread, cheese, or ham makes that tricky.

    Ah that could be a problem! 😉

    pixiegirl;308935 wrote:
    Are you trying to turn my stomach…. :yakk:

    Haha nah not me! :laugh_at:

    #1193537
    AvatarGiantMidget
    Participant
    p0lygon-Window;308942 wrote:
    cliffys favorite!! ya know i might go buy some crumpets and do this in honour of you cliffy

    Safe bruva, they really are the way forward. :weee:

    #1193533
    Avatarspark_plug
    Participant

    i just had a creme egg

    #1193538
    AvatarGiantMidget
    Participant

    I’ve just had a medium rare steak, onions, fried mushroom, fried then grilled chips which was all covered in marmite.

    #1193545
    Avatarp0ly
    Participant
    spark_plug;308945 wrote:
    i just had a creme egg

    ahahahhaa same mate!!! went downstairs to get some dinner, saw a creme egg i stashed the other day and thought (this’ll do):laugh_at:

    #1193546
    Avatarp0ly
    Participant
    DJCliffy;308950 wrote:
    I’ve just had a medium rare steak, onions, fried mushroom, fried then grilled chips which was all covered in marmite.

    covered in marmite!! :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    #1193539
    AvatarGiantMidget
    Participant
    p0lygon-Window;308952 wrote:
    covered in marmite!! :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    Tasted alrite but i think it was a bad move now.

    #1193547
    Avatarp0ly
    Participant
    DJCliffy;308953 wrote:
    Tasted alrite but i think it was a bad move now.

    marmites never a bad move!!! :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    #1193540
    AvatarGiantMidget
    Participant
    p0lygon-Window;308954 wrote:
    marmites never a bad move!!! :laugh_at::laugh_at:

    Oh it wasn’t the marmite that ruined it, i think i used too much salt.

    #1193526
    AvatarAnonymous

    Has anybody here tried Vegemite? Now that shit is the cows tits

    #1193556
    Avatarpixiegirl
    Participant
    Digital-A;308939 wrote:
    may i have some please it sounds amazing, im so broke i cant even afford tobacco !

    Come on over! I had 12 bottles delivered today and I didn’t finish the Pringles. I even opened the box of After Eights left over from Christmas.

    #1193548
    Avatarp0ly
    Participant
    Holeydel;308962 wrote:
    Has anybody here tried Vegemite? Now that shit is the cows tits

    i wasnt sure i this was a joke or not at first! :weee::laugh_at:

    ‘ It is not as intensely flavoured as British Marmite and it is less sweet than the New Zealand version of Marmite.’

    it cant be that good then:laugh_at::laugh_at:

    #1193549
    Avatarp0ly
    Participant
    Holeydel;308962 wrote:
    Has anybody here tried Vegemite? Now that shit is the cows tits

    :laugh_at::laugh_at::laugh_at:
    United States ban rumour
    In October 2006, the Melbourne newspaper, the Herald Sun incorrectly reported that Vegemite had been banned in the United States, and that the United States Customs Service had gone so far as to search Australians entering the country for Vegemite. The story appears to have originated as an anecdote by a traveler who claimed to have been searched by US Customs. Also, a spokesperson for Kraft made a misinformed comment to reporters. The story led to some anti-American comments in blogs and newspapers. The Herald Sun blamed the US President for the ban, and encouraged readers to post comments on its website and send emails to the White House.
    The US Food and Drug Administration later stated that although it is technically illegal in the US to add folate to food products other than grains. There were no plans to investigate whether Vegemite contains folate, subject it to an import ban, or withdraw it from supermarket shelves. The United States Customs and Border Protection also tried to dispel the rumor, stating on its website that “there is no known prohibition on the importation of Vegemite” and “there is no official policy within CBP targeting Vegemite for interception”.[5] The story of the “ban” later took on the status of urban legend.[6] While Vegemite has never been popular in the U.S., it can still be purchased at supermarkets that stock imported food items.[7]

    #1193532
    AvatarDigital-A
    Participant
    pixiegirl;308973 wrote:
    Come on over! I had 12 bottles delivered today and I didn’t finish the Pringles. I even opened the box of After Eights left over from Christmas.

    merci buttercup :love:

    #1193527
    AvatarAnonymous

    @p0lygon-Window 309001 wrote:

    :While Vegemite has never been popular in the U.S., it can still be purchased at supermarkets that stock imported food items.[7]

    The trouble with American is that they love to cover their toast with a massive thick layer of jam, peanut jelly or whatever it is they eat in the morning. You can’t do that with vegemite – it’ll taste like shit if you do. Which I guess they’ve obviously done…

Viewing 25 posts - 1 through 25 (of 34 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Skip to toolbar