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Vegemite..?? Urgh, what is the world coming to? There is a constant war in my household between vegemite and marmite (guess which one I prefer.) and with two people professing their love for vegemite on this poll I feel my position weakening.. Marmite lovers of the world unite and back me up here!

On the other hand, respect for not being able to fit your morning caffeine fix into a mug---I thought I was doing well as a chain drinker of strong tea in those really large Starbucks mugs (which hold just over a pint==568ml)

On the actual topic of this post---porridge is the best breakfast I can think of, though Weetabix are good too, in the 'summer' (such as it exists here). Presumably porridge==oatmeal?

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In reply to Re^2: The breakfast of champions is... Vegemite by why_bird
in thread The breakfast of champions is... by blue_cowdawg

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