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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Celery dipped in peanut butter, yummy!
    Yep for me anything dipped in PB is a winner.

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    Wow... Trying to keep an open mind in this one haha.

    My worst is probably corn chips and chocolate and rasin toast with vegemite - I love the salty and sweet!

    Like I told .mpeg, my DP'S family love vegemite soup (especially when sick) which is vegemite, milk and noodles!!! I have never ever heard of this creation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Celery dipped in peanut butter, yummy!
    My primary school canteen used to sell celery sticks with peanut butter in the curvey part lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by malaga223 View Post
    Chocolate, banana and avocado milkshake
    Eeek! Avocado in a milkshake! I just can't imagine what it would taste like.

    The rest don't seem that strange to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delirium View Post
    Celery dipped in peanut butter, yummy!
    Yum...my mum used to make that for after school snacks when i was little! Love it!

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    oooh I'm not so strange then

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    Ohhh yeah and my brothers GF is Vietnamese and apparently this is common for Vietnamese people (??) but she eats avocado with ice cubes and sweet condensed milk... Grossest thing I've seen lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MRJB View Post
    Like I told .mpeg, my DP'S family love vegemite soup (especially when sick) which is vegemite, milk and noodles!!! I have never ever heard of this creation.
    Sorry, I stand corrected. That is extremely strange!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ojmum View Post
    I don't find the first two strange...i am Lebanese on my dad's side and love both Lentil Patties and Hummus and i guess eating Nutella with water crackers is slightly more acceptable then just eating it out of the jar with a spoon but you've lost me with the pumpkin soup over mash!!! That's a good one!
    I used to eat Nutella out of the jar with a spoon as a kid/teen....but it really, really repulsed my mum and she begged me to at least have "some bread or a biscuit" with it. The idea of having it with bread makes me feel ill, and we had no biscuits in the jar at the time, so I tried it with water crackers. Have been hooked ever since .

    I actually thought the pumpkin soup and mash thing was the least odd of my 3 odd suggestions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkzy View Post
    I used to eat Nutella out of the jar with a spoon as a kid/teen....but it really, really repulsed my mum and she begged me to at least have "some bread or a biscuit" with it. The idea of having it with bread makes me feel ill, and we had no biscuits in the jar at the time, so I tried it with water crackers. Have been hooked ever since .

    I actually thought the pumpkin soup and mash thing was the least odd of my 3 odd suggestions!
    Maybe...but i had never thought of the two together before! It probably is really nice! Ha!


 

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