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    Butter or margarine?

    Margarine has to be the most pointless thing (good word that) ever within the context of its purpose.

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    Anyone that thinks margarine is better needs to be automatically banned imo
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    Even margarine knows that butter is better.
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    Belgium had a law which required all margarine to be packaged in cube form at one time. The EU soon saw to that.


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    In school I came up with a project called the butter stick (basically a glue stick but with butter). I honestly thought it would be revolutionary

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    Apparently in its natural state margarine is grey in colour - not a nice image

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    Am I the only person who doesn't normally bother?

    I mean, I won't eat bread/toast dry (got some... stuff?... in the fridge thats made with olive oil in it, I'm guessing its margarine, I'm not sure, I honestly don't pay attention), but the idea of putting butter/marg underneath Jam/Ham/Cheese etc is genuinely revolting to me.
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    What about a bacon butty?

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    Its got bacon on it, and sauce of either flavour (tomato... **** you before you start), why does it need an extra layer of grease?

    In fact, my morning bacon butty from greggs used to come with a specific request for no butter.

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    Tomato ketchup on a bacon butty and no butter. No wonder you support Man U

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    Anyone that thinks margarine is better needs to be automatically banned imo
    Been nice knowing y'all

    Butter is vile milky stuff that makes me feel like I want to puke. Margarine is bland, but a margarine sandwich can be fixed with anything, and with olive oils it's a lot better.

    Butter can live though, we need to get rid of mayonnaise first.
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