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(Daily Mail)   Another reason to hate Justin Bieber has emerged, he likes Vegemite   ( dailymail.co.uk) divider line
    More: Silly, Daily Mail Australia, Jo Scrimshire, EDT  
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2017-03-16 02:19:52 PM  
We lived in Australia once upon a time.  I was the only one in the family that would eat Vegemite.  They were all revolted by it, but they all ate rhubarb so we called it a draw.
 
2017-03-16 03:15:41 PM  
Canada,

Since you won't take Beiber back, can you at least give us a syringe full of maple syrup to inject directly into his butt?  I'm sure this will fix whatever is wrong with him.

Sincerely,

America
 
2017-03-16 04:22:26 PM  
I'm a little confused. Does the little f*cktard actually release "music" anymore or does he just walk around being famous?

/ not that I'd listen to it, just wondering
 
2017-03-16 04:29:02 PM  

bluorangefyre: Canada,

Since you won't take Beiber back, can you at least give us a syringe full of maple syrup to inject directly into his butt?  I'm sure this will fix whatever is wrong with him.

Sincerely,

America


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2017-03-16 04:34:29 PM  
Vegemite, I can take it or leave it.

But I love Marmite.
 
2017-03-16 04:40:49 PM  
Is Vegemite slang for cock?
 
2017-03-16 04:41:58 PM  

Mad Scientist: Vegemite, I can take it or leave it.
But I love Marmite.


I don't wanna touch off a flamewar over beer-vat scrapings, but how can you tell the difference? I like both, but they seem interchangeable. Vegemite seems a little stiffer out of the jar, maybe.
 
2017-03-16 04:42:28 PM  

GoldDude: Is Vegemite slang for cock?


Well it is salty and sticky.

/NTTAWWT
 
2017-03-16 04:44:00 PM  
Can't this idiot afford to hire a wardrobe person? Christ, he dresses like an asshole.
 
2017-03-16 04:45:46 PM  

EdwardTellerhands: Mad Scientist: Vegemite, I can take it or leave it.
But I love Marmite.

 Vegemite seems a little stiffer out of the jar, maybe.


That's part of it.  Consistency.  But there is a subtle difference in taste, at least for me, and I prefer Marmite.
 
2017-03-16 04:51:22 PM  

Mad Scientist: EdwardTellerhands: Vegemite seems a little stiffer out of the jar, maybe.

That's part of it.  Consistency.  But there is a subtle difference in taste, at least for me, and I prefer Marmite.


As a yank, I wouldn't know if the consistency bit is because Marmite is marginally better-known here, so there's more turnover and fresher stuff (I presume) doesn't sit around on shelves and thicken up like poor neglected Vegemite. All I know is my Brit in-laws would bristle when I offered them a choice of the two.
 
2017-03-16 04:53:35 PM  
Oh!
So he comes from the land down under!
 
2017-03-16 04:56:58 PM  

Mad Scientist: Vegemite, I can take it or leave it.

But I love Marmite.


Never had Vegemite but I agree about Marmite. It`s great on rye toast and a good adjunct for soups to give them a richer flavor.
 
2017-03-16 05:06:45 PM  

Tyrosine: Never had Vegemite but I agree about Marmite. It`s great on rye toast and a good adjunct for soups to give them a richer flavor.


Marmite + ramen + egg = lunch for the discerning undergrad.
 
2017-03-16 05:18:15 PM  
So can we just ship him off to Australia and have them deal with him now?
 
2017-03-16 05:32:54 PM  

groppet: So can we just ship him off to Australia and have them deal with him now?


Air drop, only do it 2000 miles South of Australia.
 
2017-03-16 05:38:35 PM  

Rev. Skarekroe: Oh!
So he comes from the land down under!


He doesn't speak-a my language at all.
 
2017-03-16 05:39:24 PM  
He's a young good-looking guy at the top of his game with more money than God and a dick from here to the door;  I already have plenty of reasons to hate him.
 
2017-03-16 05:55:59 PM  
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2017-03-16 06:01:28 PM  
Vegemite? I don't know... to my ears, 'mite' implies bugs.  Not the most savory nomenclature, if you ask me!
 
2017-03-16 07:17:11 PM  
He likes it yeasty
 
2017-03-16 07:39:27 PM  

EdwardTellerhands: Mad Scientist: Vegemite, I can take it or leave it.
But I love Marmite.

I don't wanna touch off a flamewar over beer-vat scrapings, but how can you tell the difference? I like both, but they seem interchangeable. Vegemite seems a little stiffer out of the jar, maybe.


Its easy - Vegemite is food of the Gods, created in Nirvana and shared with the inhabitants of Gods own country, whereas Marmite is watered down Satan's dingleberries.given to the Brits :)
That aside, Marmite is a softer spread with a slightly sweeter flavour. Vegemite is more a "umami" flavour, sharper in flavour and more salty. If you had them side by side, even the uncultured could tell them apart :)

/used to eat it by the teaspoon when a kid... miss those days
 
2017-03-16 07:44:45 PM  

Phil ODendron: Vegemite is food of the Gods, created in Nirvana and shared with the inhabitants of Gods own country, whereas Marmite is watered down Satan's dingleberries.given to the Brits :)


I'd like to introduce you to my in-laws and record the ensuing matter-antimatter reaction for science. Next week good for you?
 
2017-03-16 07:50:57 PM  

T.rex: Vegemite? I don't know... to my ears, 'mite' implies bugs.  Not the most savory nomenclature, if you ask me!


but "catamite" has "mite," and everybody likes them.
 
2017-03-16 07:56:18 PM  
Worse, I heard he keeps it in the fridge
 
2017-03-16 08:44:38 PM  
Meanwhile in New Zealand...

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2017-03-16 08:54:42 PM  

WordsnCollision: Meanwhile in New Zealand...


This is Marmite after $268,000 worth of Scientology seminars:

img.fark.net
 
2017-03-16 09:41:23 PM  
For some reason, mousetraps with Marmite in them were most effective here.
It beat Peanutbutter, Nutella, and even Bacon for bait.

I have no idea why, since i don't live in the UK and barely anyone eats it here.

Maybe i have UK expat neighbours in the area that feed them.
 
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2017-03-17 12:46:53 AM  
I liked Marmite when I spent a year in England, but never by itself. It would make mild cheddar taste sharp in a sandwich or on toast.  Kinda like worcestershire sauce, not something I want alone, but enhances the flavor of a dish.
 
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