In your dreams!!!!
Marmite for me!
My dad used to have Bovril on his toast every morning, occasionally breaking the habit with Marmite - oh god - the smell ... before we'd even got to the flavour ... anyway ... in the absence of a posting from Lirish, what's this got to do with the next big race??!
Whilst the price of fish is always interesting, it makes the start line for our next races a whole lot more interesting know which side your opponents are batting for
This has gone on enough, well done to all of you for still getting out of the house despite your horrible disease. Marmitus. I have heard the only sure is developing a sense of taste
Anyway, next race... Dorset CTS early December. Will be a bit of fun. Muddy, wet and windy I am sure
Whats next!!!! Some running I hope
24 hour race at end of February. Would it be completely mad to have a go ( possibly as training run and test strategy) to do a 12 hour mid December?
WIB: Buddy, seriously, time to take stock the benefits of marmite go a long way beyond its incredible taste:
It's a myth Alistair... one to lure you all in.
WIB - But it must be true, its in The Sun ... ....
Ofcourse... how silly of me to question the thorough and accurate reporting of such useful resource for accurate and partial information Don't let the front page of celebrities covered in bugs put you off, there may be some news tucked away in there somewhere
i eat marmite ....and i still got bitten by bugs in summer
Well last year, I believe the news was tucked away in her knickers! In anycase, no matter how hard you try, you will circum to the power of the darkside (marmite!)
I would bet everything I own that I never consume marmite in my lifetime
I don't recall being bitten too much in the summer... in fact I don't recall summer?!
lol, I wouldnt be so sure about that. Given that its derived from yeast extract in breweries, you may not be a million miles away from it And given its ability to improve your running.... I can feel you tempted already young padawan
Thats like saying to some who doesnt eat eggs that having a creme egg is the same thing
no - given that the marmite comes from the same process as making beer, they are related and we could make it ourselves if we felt so inclined. Only cadburys have chocolate chickens that can lay chocolate creme eggs. To the rest of us, the only thing eggs and creme eggs have in common is that they both look kinda ovoid
i like creme eggs but i have to swallow the white stuff first ...
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