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In praise of … marmalade

Characters develop, caricatures ossify. Figures from children’s stories Authentic Prada Handbags Canada fall firmly into the second camp, as Michael Bond, creator of Authentic Prada Nylon Messenger Bag Paddington Bear, observes: “They are set in stone.” Eeyore shall always be melancholy, Billy Bunter still waits for his postal order, while William Brown and his Outlaws are yet to sport hoodies. So it is odd that, 49 years after pitching up in Southampton, Paddington himself should Best Prada Outlet Italy switch sandwich fillings. A new TV ad shows the bear musing: “I’ve Authentic Prada Clothing always had marmalade. Maybe I ought to Black Prada Bag Mission Impossible try something different.” He tucks into some Marmite – and duly provokes national outrage: how dare they mess with our childhood memories? Are All Prada Products Made In Italy Marmite replica prada belts, that divider of opinions, must be delighted with the publicity: after all, it tried to hijack St Patrick’s day with a Guinness-flavoured version. Doubtless next it will attempt to wean Winnie the Pooh off honey (sorry, hunny).

For the chunky preserve, however, Paddington’s defection is further indicator of decline. As shoppers plump for organic this and healthy that, what future for a sweet spread? Yet marmalade is relatively low in sugar and was once a Bicester Village Prada Online prized aphrodisiac, apparently fed to Mary Authentic Prada Outlet Online Uk Tudor to help her conceive. Its lack of marketing Authentic Prada Handbags Outlet Uk should also be celebrated. No postmodern brand irony here, just an understated dignity that befits an old British food (it Agatha Ruiz Dela Prada Online Shop dates back at least to the 15th century). Small wonder Paddington’s motto used to be: “A spoonful a day keeps the doctor at bay.” If only those dastardly admen hadn’t got to him.