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drove past banrock station easter monday on way home from berri, shouldve stopped in

Yes you should have...what happened Bronc...berakkkkeesss again mate?

just didn't have the time to be honest, I was ahead of all the traffic at that stage and wanted to keep it that way.

To visit the place you would need at least 4 hours, to do the wetland walk and winery tour. :o

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How do you represt a government and is trolling naivite anything like spreading vegemite??? :o

You do it by failing press the keys hard enough. Why does vegemite smell like old socks ?

Vegemite, vegemite...didn't "Men at Work" sing about a Vegemite Sandwitch? BTW, what's in vegemite anyhow? :D

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It is a piss weak immitation of an english product called Marmite. this is a yeast extract, very nice and savory spread on hot buttered toast....mmmm

Bash

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How do you represt a government and is trolling naivite anything like spreading vegemite??? :D

You do it by failing press the keys hard enough. Why does vegemite smell like old socks ?

Vegemite, vegemite...didn't "Men at Work" sing about a Vegemite Sandwitch? BTW, what's in vegemite anyhow? :D

It's a by product of beer, from the yeast fermentation, can you believe they used to throw it away.

Bash I know you are fishing again, but I wont bite. :o

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No offence meant Khun Basher but comparing Marmite to Vegemite, it's like comparing that miserable excuse for a beer you poms drink hot to that great Aussie Beer Fourex. :o

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Forex is a foreign exchange company in Sweden.

The only really tasty Aussie brew is VB, it truly cuts the mustard... and beyond.

As for the -ite discussion, neither of you could probably pass a blind test of marm and vegem - same same, but (slightly) different.

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Forex is a foreign exchange company in Sweden.

The only really tasty Aussie brew is VB, it truly cuts the mustard... and beyond.

As for the -ite discussion, neither of you could probably pass a blind test of marm and vegem - same same, but (slightly) different.

Have to agree about the VB for sure, but that marmite stuff really smells like a soapdodger that's been in nigeria for to long :D:D:o

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Vegemite, vegemite...didn't "Men at Work" sing about a Vegemite Sandwitch? BTW, what's in vegemite anyhow? :D

Down Under, by Men at Work, became a pseudo-anthem for Australians back in 1982, and received an even bigger whack of attention when Bondy snatched the America's Cup from the NYYC at Rhode Island in September '83.

Colin Hay and his mates sing about "vegemite sandwiches" and meeting people in different countries who all had a common link to the land Down Under.

Classic song :o

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