In a recent interview in Australian Sunday Styles, the actor praised the safe-for-vegans snack saying, “after-school Milo and Vegemite on toast. I lived on it.” There’s no fat, added sugar, or animal products in the spiced vegetable spread, so it probably tastes great.
This new tattoo of this sexy vitamin-rich yeast extract by tattoo artist Dr. Woo says to the world that now that they’re together again, their love is deep. It also proves that those blood vial necklaces that Angelina Jolie and Billy Bob Thornton wore are totally nonsense trinkets for uncertain commitment-phobes who don’t care about each other. Pledging brand loyalty to your partner’s favorite snack is the real thing.
One thing though. People may need a written OK from Vegemite before they can use their logo. According to the Vegemete site, “any use of the VEGEMITE name and logo without our permission may be infringing our intellectual property rights.”
We’ve reached out to both Dr. Woo and Vegemite for comment.
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