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I take it that this implies that you declaring for the Brit team?


I dunno... Depends on if we're going by birth, current status, or personal preference... Either way, whoever is not on my team is screwed... :roll: MAN, IT GETS DEEP IN HERE SOMETIMES...

If I can exercise some self control, I may have a few Crunchies, Flakes, and Aeros left over to share... But I wouldn't count on it...

We ARE planning to stop for tea at 4-ish, aren't we?

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We need Bovril, Dog rolls, egg banjos, Weetabix, and....remember, don't say vinegar, say Sarsons!


My local Cub has imported Weetabix, Sarsons, Salad Cream, Turkish Delight, some Branston Pickle and of course a few diffrent Tea's :)

As for Bovril i could order some of Amazon as i do need to refill my Marmite supply ;)

And TEA at 4 ish sounds good to me :D


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Brits, don't forget your Mars bars - us Yanks are sure to bring along a bunch of snickers(he-he) :twisted:

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Widge wrote:
We need Bovril, Dog rolls, egg banjos, Weetabix, and....remember, don't say vinegar, say Sarsons!


My local Cub has imported Weetabix, Sarsons, Salad Cream, Turkish Delight, some Branston Pickle and of course a few diffrent Tea's :)

As for Bovril i could order some of Amazon as i do need to refill my Marmite supply ;)

And TEA at 4 ish sounds good to me :D


Hey, could I have you pick up an order for me? I have to get my family to ship it to me. PM me if you're willing.


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:roll: :roll: :roll: What a bunch of Bisto kids :roll: :roll: :roll: :lol: :lol:

My 500g jar of Marmite is almost dead..........expiration dates don't mean bollocks.......this has a best before end 11/98 still good :lol: :lol: Runny eggs and Marmite soldiers 8) 8)

World market has boxes of PG Tips (You hum it son, I'll play it) pyramid bags


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You Brits are weird. I may have to come just to taste that wacky stuff you eat. :D

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Andrew Rothman wrote:
You Brits are weird. I may have to come just to taste that wacky stuff you eat. :D


You Americans really seem to love Marmite :D Nothing like a nice cheese sarny with marmite. Especially if i get some good cheddar from surdyks.


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You Americans really seem to love Marmite :D


Not all............
had several kids and have seen many diapers full of the stuff... :P :P

besides tea, don't you guys still issue a tot of rum............ :shock:

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Hey whats that?

It's me Bren....

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hammAR wrote:
Aceq2jot wrote:
You Americans really seem to love Marmite :D


Not all............
had several kids and have seen many diapers full of the stuff... :P :P

besides tea, don't you guys still issue a tot of rum............ :shock:

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I know my wife wont eatr it and i cant get my Toddler to eat it either :(
But i go through a jar a month :D

And rum is a Option now that thye are importing good beers to the colonies ;)


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I toured the Baccardi rum factory in San Juan last week and was told that rum was at one time the official drink of the British Navy, maybe that's why they drifted off course and ended up in Iranian waters. :roll:

Rtk - who is kidding and just adding fuel to the fire.


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Benny, do they still have Rum rations?


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PUSSER'S Rum..............................a must..... :lol:


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World Market also has Digestive biscuits, plain and chocolate, Hob-Nobs, Crunchies, Yorkies, Aero, Pataks curry stuff and some other essentials. Some of the sweets are made in S.Africa
Rainbow in Woodbury has Heinz baked beans, Robinsons barley water and some Cross&Blackwell condiments.


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