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mariolyn

It's still funny all this time later.

trish505

LJ, i will take your word for it. i believe this is one of those "aquired tastes" that you never want to explore. ;) thanks for dropping by.

laurajane

I am leaning toward the "gross, bitter and yucky." I have had this. I know.

trish505

i love you guys! :)

colind4

And thanks, Trish :-)

colind4

Done deal, Foxy! - for the time being :) Lotsa fun :>)))

foxymoron

Thanks for hosting our comedy routine, Trish. We'll leave you in peace now :-)

Chaos, panic, disorder... our work here is done, right, Deefer? :-))

trish505

so love the humor guys! you can spar anytime you like on my puzzles. ;}

colind4

I guess I'd better join you at silly mid-on then :>)

foxymoron

Think I'd be better at silly mid-off with my warped sense of humour :-)

colind4

Yer on, Foxy! See you in the slips :)))

foxymoron

We'll call it a draw, Deefer. It's all in good humour, Trish so don't apologise. We Aussies like to have a lend of the Brits. It's a friendly rivalry - until it's criggit season, right, Deefer? We're coming to get ya :-)

colind4

Well, hey, trish and foxy, let's call it a draw :) -- though I did have a couple more thoughts about kangaroos, Rolph Harris and dingoes -snigger :)))..... Urpp!

trish505

OMG!!!! WWIII, and it is all my fault!!! my apologies to those who got in the way.
you have expanded my horizons guys, I just found out a sarnie and sanger are the same but from opposite sides of the planet!
i've enjoyed all your banter guys. thanks for having such fun on my puzzle, y'all.
Snooker! if our border gets any crazier, you can migrate up this way. i hear there really is a lot of nasty stuff going on down there.

colind4

Call it what you like, it would still be Vegemite! LOL :>))

foxymoron

ROFL.... You're so full of it, you could bottle it and call it Marmite, mate :-)

colind4

Foxy, I don't think Kiwis wear shoes! When they do, they use 'em for long enough to get 'em sweaty, then they mash 'em up, put the resulting (revolting?) mess into a jar and call it Vegemite. That's one of my theories, anyway :)))

foxymoron

LOL, Deefer! You clown :-) I've never seen Bovril in the stores here so I'll miss out on the dubious pleasure of a Bovril sanger, mate. Hang on! Had a thought - maybe some Kiwi shoe polish'll do the trick! Couldn't taste much worse :-))

Trish - see what you started? Might be because you live smack bang on an X LOL

A few miles off the Mexican border in the Mission/McAllen area.

colind4

Awww, Foxy......c'mon! Gimme a break fer cryin' out loud! Envy your Vegemite? That would be like envying the contents of a farmer's yard! :-))). Give Bovril a go - you'll see what I mean: truly delicious. In fact, after all this, I'm gonna make a Bovril sarnie right now! G'night.......

Nice going, Trish! You started all this, you know. WW III might break out soon :)

trish505

oh i love you guys! what fun it is to here all this banter over this crazy vegemite, bovril and marmite. dead sheep indeed! Foxy, snooker and colin, you have made my evening! i toast my new friends and whatever condiment they choose! Cin cin, y'all!!!

Snooker, what part of texas? i am smack dab in the center of the state, right under the X. how about you?

foxymoron

LOL... good comeback, Deefer! Totally inaccurate as regards the Big V but that's OK... we know you blokes secretly envy our Vegemite :-)

Still laughing, Colin.

colind4

Bovril is a concentrated beef extract which is used to enhance gravy, also as a hot drink and as a spread for toast and/or fresh bread. It's tastier than either of the other two!
Marmite is a yeast extract, used in the same ways as Bovril but it has a funny awch (Welsh word having to do with a not quite right flavour or smell!) to it.
Vegemite is an Australian concoction made from who-knows-what (something to do with dead sheep, I suspect). Probably a hand-me-down from the convicts who colonized the country and invented it when they began to long for Marmite.........

Never fear, Trish, Foxy and I understand each other very well and are great friends. Though her appreciation of Vegemite baffles me. :) I live in Texas by the way.

foxymoron

Snooker, I knew that you knew that I knew what you thought of the Big V. I smile even now at the memory of you recalling the divine taste.... NOT! The package that you declined went to a happy home. Really!

foxymoron

Snooker is my dear friend, Trish and I love her to bits!

I live in The Land Down Under but I visit the US regularly.

Marmite is a food spread that the British have concocted to try an emulate the one and only dinky-di Vegemite. It is but a pale imitation :-) No doubt there will be howls of protest from the British Jigidiers but I am entitled to my opinion as they are to theirs LOL.

Bovril and Marmite are brand names. I think Bovril is mixed with hot water to make a drink but I'm not entirely sure if that is correct. For all I know it could be used as fish bait.. so long as the fish have no taste buds :-))

trish505

now, now snooker, are you being catty? ;)
you and foxy keep me entertained. are you both from down under?
foxy, since you love it, do you prefer marmite to vegemite, and is bovril a brand or a different item? Colin never clarified. have a lovely evening y'all!

You knew what sort of comment I would probably make, Chrissie, as you had first hand knowledge of my opinion of the stuff. At least I didn't waste the little package of it. :) Thank you for trying, my friend.

foxymoron

Snooker... I'm shocked, I tell you!!!!

Only if the fish have no taste buds.

trish505

hey snooker, never tasted the stuff myself. i take it you have indulged. do you think it might make good bait? ;)

Think the only word that doesn't belong there is interesting. The others are pretty close. :)

trish505

oh, Robbos! you make it sound quite ... delicious. what do i know, i found this image online.
i will give it a go on my next opportunity. ;)

Robbos

On toast, it's bloody beautiful:)

trish505

i would think yes Tex. I can't handle the smell of scotch. ugh. or sauerkraut. shiver.

OK colind4, if we have to taste either, we should demand Bovril Marmite? is that a brand, or a different thing altogether? i am getting a great education with these items tonight. one day i will go there and try them all for myself. :)

colind4

Marmite is better, Bovril is best!!! :)))

texasstar7

Right on up there with anchovies & Scotch (liquor), yes?

trish505

Hey there Tex!!! well, that would be up to you. the aussies spread it on bread and stuff. then some of them eat it. ;) it is as they say, and ACQUIRED taste. nudge, nudge, say no more...

texasstar7

Well, Trish, with all those adjectives on the ad, I'd guess I probably won't be using it. What is it anyway? Do you eat it, drink it or wear it??

trish505

hmmm foxy.... to each his own. some folks love it!

foxymoron

You forgot delicious :-)

trish505

fur shur! fur shur! nasty stuff. separates the natives from the wimps, lydie.

lydie54

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