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I think I want to start buying really expensive honey.
those slave driving queens have BEEn getting away with it for too long !
I'm not down with that. I spend £5.50 on some maple syrup once and left it at a friends house, pretty devastated
damnnnnnn good honey
the holes devour it all
they were all free tho.
i'm not sure if they're spanish high st.
More believable that a larger bilby with confidence issues would end up in Evans' grasp
THAT^ is perfect
a jar of some of that manuka honey which is like £20 for a tiny jar. That's ridiculous, and it didn't do shit for my glandular fever.
you have to 'believe in it' to make it fully active
I just enjoy putting words inside ''s Its my new 'thing'. and a celebration that dis now allows me to do 'it'
i've never really had it. only in things as an ingredient.
If only the honey was as sweet as me.
*dingdingding* thread's over folks
after the cut out a dead maggot.
I bought it because of that rumour about local honey being good for hay fever and it's only up the road. I've barely touched it though.
They were like the British Destiny's Child.
It was to cure an infection though, and it did the job. Absolutely worth it. So long as you keep it in the firdge and airtight it lasts so long.
but it seems to do the trick.
then it needs to have a concentration of more than 100 mg/kg or ele it'sno different than n ormal honey. that said, you can get products for less than a tenner that have this concentration, you've just got to shop around.
Can't stand the stuff.
$80 on this: http://www.lifemelusa.com/html/chemo_.html
Wasn't particularly tasty, either.
She survived though, and has been in remission since - whether the honey played a part I'll never know.
Good news :)
but that was for my voice on tour. I wouldn't waste that shit on toast.
but i use it in recipes sometimes.
so, however much the tesco own-brand honey is.
Please strike from the record
All their special editions are the same but they always suck me in.
My old company conceived and designed it. I didn't think it was any stronger to be honest....
This :D should be below my post, but not even rebuilding seems to get it there
I'm buying a house and then using it to store expensive honey.
what is it about honey that makes you want to spend lots of money on it?
not produced by humans but by little insects that collect it from flowers, if that isnt worth more than some industrial chemical processing then I dont know what is
to become popular in the last decade.
Picking wild ones is acceptable.
I wait until the flower tells me to pick it, and yes, it is ok to pick them when you know what you are doing (as in, would this cause any harm or damage or significant impact upon populations)
but we can think they look really pretty too.....definately something magical about that
and use your earnings to save the children? Will you?
Do these children like honey?
Others prefer miniature American flags
it had some Cypriot honey that was £10/jar. I really wanted some. I can only imagine it is The Best Honey in the World.
I do not like honey.
help us out here
monitoring her consumption. And produce a graph for you.
Actually, I can tell you now she doesn't even eat it.
£20 a jar. The idiot.
Prefer golden syrup on me muffin. Oo-er.
and then lap it up like a cat
SOLUTION! NO MORE CLATTERY CUP N SAUCERS!
there are no sticky cups in my house
no wonga, no dong-ah
the hive, the honey is leaking out
what's the accepted method of taking it? In lemon tea? On its own via a spoon? The Shield Your Eyes singer used to just chug it out of a squeezy bottle.
can't believe we all fell into warny's honey trap!
It's great for hayfever according to all the non-hayfever-suffering-know-all dullards.
Man I hate those guys.
Honey's nice though. You could be a proper conniseur of the stuff. How unbearable would that be
because I am a bear.
Let the bears pay the bear tax, etc.
I don't like honey but I had a cold.
But she did swallow.