Hijacking other peoples threads

Whoever decided that lime or orange jam was going to be called marmalade? What a crap name! What's wrong with just lime or orange jam? Strawberry Jam isn't called marmalade? Bet whoever it was gay/foreign/short/old/Tony Bliar's great grandad (insert whomever grinds your gears).
 
Josie have you ever been teabagged m'love? :grin: :grin:


"In the course of its history, marmalade has generated at least a couple of myths for which the Scots must accept some responsibility. One involves the belief that it gets its name from Mary Queen of Scots, as below. Another is that it was an invention of Janet Keiller, whose Dundee family built the first marmalade factory in 1797. In fact, marmalade made its first appearance in both England and Scotland in wooden boxes. It was a solid sugary mass of marmelos‚ (quinces), exported from Portugal, and first mentioned as marmelada‚ in port records at the end of the fifteenth century."

There you go shipmate ;)
 
Lamri said:
Josie have you ever been teabagged m'love? :grin: :grin:


"In the course of its history, marmalade has generated at least a couple of myths for which the Scots must accept some responsibility. One involves the belief that it gets its name from Mary Queen of Scots, as below. Another is that it was an invention of Janet Keiller, whose Dundee family built the first marmalade factory in 1797. In fact, marmalade made its first appearance in both England and Scotland in wooden boxes. It was a solid sugary mass of marmelos‚ (quinces), exported from Portugal, and first mentioned as marmelada‚ in port records at the end of the fifteenth century."

There you go shipmate ;)

I knew it, the bloody jocks! :wink:
 
josiecats said:
no i have not,,,,, what is that then,,,,

Erm, get Mr Cats to show you one night my dear, it'll be quite an experience I promise :smile:

Edit:
Oh, and I you would care to film said "teabagging" I could have a look to make sure its being done correctly for you ;)
 
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