Guinness Marmite....

#2
I haven't found it yet, did you get yours in Salisbury or Fordingbridge?

Edited to say I am confusing you with a completly differant Butler! :oops:
 
#3
I hadn't noticed much of a difference to be honest.
 
#4
Bought and ready for the traditional Sunday morning sport of making the Obergruppenfuhrer retch as both myself and Little_Shot scoff the stuff and then burp at her for a while...
 

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#5
This monstrous aberation spits in the eye of The Baby Jesus and all right thinking men should shun it, verily as thou wouldst shun the Spawn of Satan. Unless he was wearing 8" Manolos and a fetching cut-away skirt, fishnets and a tight tee shirt with no bra and that 'Come Hither' look in his eyes.

Where was I? Ah yes. This is right up there with orange flavoured Kit Kats. Who but a fool would mess with perfection? Dark and evil forces will be unleashed upon an unsuspecting humanity, you see if they aint.
 
#6
I like orange kit kats

And don't worry, I AM a dark and mysterious force (albeit a short one)
 
#8
I didn't notice much of a difference either,but then again I have it about an inch thick on my toast anyway and its feckin lovely stuff
 
#9
As a fan of both products, I have been tempted to stray from the straight and narrow and attempt to establish a new relationship with "GM" ... before investing I shall wait to hear considered and serious opinions on the relative merits of the new and the old.

This being ARRSE, I suspect I may die before receiving guidance on my next purchase ....
 
#14
As any version of this foodstuff is spawn of the devil as far as I am concerned, I shall leave it well alone...
 
#15
What the Hell will that do to what comes out of your dung trumpet? I simply dread to think how much bumwad that's going to use up.
 
#17
blue_sophist said:
I;'m flexible, have even been know to spread Bovril under stress conditions ...

Is that some gay code for reaching behind with both hands and holding open the pearly gates?
 
#18
Guinness fermentation by-product has been used to make Marmite for years. It used to come from the brewery at Park Royal off the A40. It's still humungous though
 
#19
Trevelez said:
Guinness fermentation by-product has been used to make Marmite for years. It used to come from the brewery at Park Royal off the A40. It's still humungous though
It is delicious, and has many uses ... as a beverage, to augment other ingredients, to spread thinly before your eyes at breakfast or tea.

Bit like fanny, really, only tastes nicer. :thumleft:
 
#20
spiffy said:
...that poofters stuff Vegimite...
I once mentioned something of the sort at breakfast in an Australian environment (an RTZ mining camp) and none of the poofters spoke to me for a week. That was a relief.

They also have different beans. Heinz beanz in the UK come in a blue tin. Over on the other side of the globe the tin's green. This is to warn poms that the beans taste of poofter's perfumed pillocks (which have, in all likelihood, been lovingly dipped in the warm product back at the factory. Mmmmmm.)
 
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