marmite marmite


  1. (n) soup cooked in a large pot
  2. (n) a large pot especially one with legs used e.g. for cooking soup


  1. Now, I've eaten marmite, so I know that English people have a sick sense of humor.
  2. Well, it's the English--they also love marmite and Oasis.


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    Publisher 2K Games announced today that The Bureau: XCOM Declassified will have pre-order and post-launch downloadable content, which is about as shocking of a revelation as knowing Marmite will divide humanity into the two groups of the next great war. "We're excited that our stories will provide a new perspective on the war effort, much like how our critically acclaimed Minvera's Den DLC for ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: Joystiq

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  1. In a series of Twitter messages posted on the BNP website, Mr Griffin wrote: "Unilever PR men and lawyers all over us like a rash. Very upset at our using Marmite in our TV broadcast. They should have thought of that before modelling the one for...
    on Apr 22, 2010 By: Nick Griffin Source:

  2. Tuffers says: "What better way to show our support for the England lads this summer than by singing our support from the terraces. Having been sledged by the Aussies many, many times myself I am delighted that Marmite has enabled me to finally get...
    on Jun 19, 2009 By: Phil Tufnell Source: Sky News

  3. "I have to report that although Paddington found the sandwich interesting, bears are creatures of habit," Bond wrote. "Besides, Squeezy Marmite may spread well, but it doesn't have any chunks."
    on Sep 19, 2007 By: Michael Bond Source: Reuters Canada

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