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  • proper noun Alternative capitalization of Vegemite

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  • Interesting that there are so many comments on Promite and Marmite, but none here.

    "It tastes like spreadable beer!"

    -- Mark Maron, on Good News Week, 21/04/08

    July 19, 2008

  • I learned a song about Vegemite at camp from my Australian counselors...

    We're happy little Vegemites

    As bright as bright can be.

    We all enjoy our Vegemite

    For breakfast, lunch, and tea.

    Our mother says we're growing

    stronger every single week.

    Because we love our Vegemite.

    We all adore our Vegemite.

    It puts a rose in every cheek!

    August 12, 2008

  • Oh great, now that song is going to be suck in my head all day! *hums*

    August 12, 2008

  • Oh my god. I haven't heard that song in twenty years. *cringes*

    *singing* because we love ... ourvegemite... we all adore ... ourvegemite...

    August 12, 2008

  • Vegemite was briefly known (in 1928, in Queensland, I find) as Parwill. As in—Marmite and Parwill.

    December 23, 2008

  • An Australian spread made from yeast extract. Sorta similar to marmite, but with a saltier and slightly more mellow flavour.

    June 28, 2009

  • Shame it has to be owned by Kraft, though. It would have been nice to stay completely in Aussie hands.

    July 28, 2009

  • "Consumer uproar over iSnack2.0 has forced Kraft to concede that its new Vegemite-cream cheese blend might have to be renamed. US-based Kraft is now considering how it could change the name of the product before half a million of the jars bearing the new name go on sale over the next few days.

    'There’s a distinct possibility that we'll be critically evaluating the name,' Kraft's head of corporate affairs Simon Talbot said today. 'The name isn't resonating with success or favour.' At the moment, the product is on the shelves with a label saying 'Name Me', part of a competition that has been running for months."

    - Julian Lee, iSnack2.0 fury prompts naming rethink, theage.com.au, 30 Sep 2009.

    September 30, 2009

  • Wait. Wait. "Vegemite-cream cheese blend"? Ohhhh... where's that First-Trimester Nausea list...

    September 30, 2009

  • They might as well call is assmarmite and be done with it. Or, alternatively, santorum2.0.

    Wait, was that the sound of someone chundering?

    We come from a land down under .....

    September 30, 2009