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Re: Marmite and Vegemite vs. Taste

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Victor Tombs wrote:Of all the threads you bunch of reprobates could pick to derail you have to pick one of the three(ish) I "created". Let this orange jacketed one die in peace and be buried in the almost endless vaults of the LT archives.

Goodnight. :angel:
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Re: Marmite and Vegemite vs. Taste

#112
Dinosawer wrote:
Victor Tombs wrote:Of all the threads you bunch of reprobates could pick to derail you have to pick one of the three(ish) I "created". Let this orange jacketed one die in peace and be buried in the almost endless vaults of the LT archives.

Goodnight. :angel:
NEVER
VICTOR SHALL NEVER BE FORGOTTEN
HIS SACRIFICE SHALL BE REMEMBERED UPON THE END OF TIME AND THE UNIVERSE ITSELF! LONG LIFE VICTOR!
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Re: Marmite and Vegemite vs. Taste

#118
Scytale wrote:
Victor Tombs wrote:I failed to thank you for your report, Scytale (my favourite face dancer), so I'm making amends by thanking you now. Great work, my friend! :thumbup: :clap: :angel:
I'm very pleased you like it! I only regret that it took so very long to do.
That's normal with science papers. :P
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Re: Marmite and Vegemite vs. Taste

#119
JanB1 wrote:
Scytale wrote:
Victor Tombs wrote:I failed to thank you for your report, Scytale (my favourite face dancer), so I'm making amends by thanking you now. Great work, my friend! :thumbup: :clap: :angel:
I'm very pleased you like it! I only regret that it took so very long to do.
That's normal with science papers. :P
Haha tell me about it. Still though!

Re: Marmite and Vegemite vs. Taste

#120
Scytale wrote:
JanB1 wrote: That's normal with science papers. :P
Haha tell me about it. Still though!
Hmm...now that I think about it, science in general takes a lot of time to get results. May it be experiments or the satisfaction when finishing a long document.
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