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Posted:Hi, my name is Laura, I am 22 years old, and for as long as I can remember, I have been a marmite addict. I have experimented with lots of substances - I'm also a bit of a nutella-head and partial to the odd jam splurge, but I think I can control it... (ok ok, sometimes I get a bit out of control at parties or the like and generally someone ends up with a nutella-face ... but its all harmless fun really.)
But one habit I take very seriously is Marmite consumption. I have tried sometimes mixing various substances on toast: - cheese and marmite , marmite and peanut-butter, marmite and jam... but today I was introduced to the idea of marmite and mustard together on toast It was just too much. I am disturbed.
But, for you, Elora dana, a real inspiration in the field of toastal experimentation, much respect!
An addict in Vienna.
there's nothing quite as fulfilling as a tasty airwrap
if you're full of sh!t, at least you're fertile
"we are all flowers growing in God's garden... and that is why he spreads the sh!t around" - David Byrne