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On similar lines, but this is true.
MLG wants to send a small parcel to the USA from NZ. OK Wrap it and we're off to the post office. Post it in Mid December. No tracking, too expensive.
An improvement on BETTER BOOK
Oddly British love spicy Indian food an dvery hot mustard, given how bland their regular diet is
UK National Dish
Quote from that link below
It's a intersting read on I had heard of before
But I was thinking when I first clicked that Oz doesn't have a national dish, and the link says "Vegemite on Toast" and well, yeah, lots of kids from migrant families love it. So I guess that's a yes
Chinese food grew up on I thought, until we went overseas and had real Chinese food, yeark!
Where is my Chicken Chow Mein and Chicken and Almonds??
Now there is a revival of "Australian Chinese Food" amongst older Aussies who want the Chinese take away they had as kids, none of that steamed goose feet, BBQ Pork, Fried Jelly Fish, Monkey Balls and Brains, and just about anything served at Yum Cha
Vegemite on toast, cool!
Look at the URL “ Manchester’s Finest”
You don’t expect my home city NOT to take the piss. It is tongue in Cheek because in UK there is the joke that every Manchester Kid grew up eating Marmite on Toast and drinking Vimto. It was only Marmite on Toast for breakfast, Marmite Butties for dinner.
I completely fit that Stereotype !
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