Marmite love it or hate it

  hssutton 11:10 20 Mar 2013

New Zealand. Crisis that became known across the country as "marmageddon".

I can't stand the smell, so I've never tasted it, but in downtown Wellington buyers are being restricted to just two jars. How do you rate it?

Marmite New Zealand

  sunnystaines 17:24 22 Mar 2013

spuds its not canada buyng the offal, haggis is banned they as it contains offal

  Quickbeam 17:48 22 Mar 2013

Haggis is banned in Canada because of it's erosive effect on hilly landscapes.

  [DELETED] 19:05 22 Mar 2013

Well when the dreaded Haggis runs around the mountain, erosion is inevitable because of the fact that the longer leg puts more weight on the ground causing the erosion. Maybe if the Haggis turned around and went in the reverse direction ??? Nah, that wouldn't make a lot of difference, would it?

  Quickbeam 19:15 22 Mar 2013

That's not possible Bingalau, a haggis with normal longer left side legs can only circumtraverse a hillside in a clockwise direction. To circumtraverse in an opposite anti-clockwise direction, is something that only an abnormal longer right side leg haggis can achieve.

Note that unlike in humans, the left side limbs are the prominent side with haggis.

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