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Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by MMMmmm... on 29 November 2008 1:45am
 

Oh, Aussies... teach us your wisdom! :)

However you like :)
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by tucsonmike on 29 November 2008 1:47am
 
Oh mustard. All kinds of mustard. But does it cut the mustard?
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by ev on 29 November 2008 10:56am
 
Well, you seem to have learned the first lesson - that we are all very wise..

The second lesson is - don't open beverage bottles with your teeth..
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by MMMmmm... on 30 November 2008 3:55am
 
Who knows where the keen as mustard saying comes from?
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by Lounge Trekker on 30 November 2008 7:48am
 
The third lesson is that natural source Clag is a good dietary source of collagen.

Lounge Crocker
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by kazzzz on 30 November 2008 8:58am
 
Who cut the clag?
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by ev on 30 November 2008 11:38am
 
Origin of the saying "As keen as mustard":

http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/as-keen-as-mustard.html
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by MMMmmm... on 30 November 2008 5:14pm
 
That is immensely interesting... I never thought of mustard as having such power :D
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by ev on 30 November 2008 5:45pm
 
Joke:

Q: What's the name of the most powerful fruit ever?

A: Alexander the Grape
 
Re: Does clag make you as keen as mustard? by Miss-M on 30 November 2008 10:21pm
 
Clag makes me as keen as Vegemite.

I don't like mustard, and the idea of "clag" and "mustard" appearing in the same sentence is vomitous.

Better get a bucket!
 
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