Well, Rob seems to be in a fine mood today!
It is a leg cramp or spasm that just won't go away - can pull you down to the floor quite suddenly.
Well, fast forward a couple more weeks, and I actually find a place where I can buy the stuff locally. I open the jar, put a little on a ritz cracker, and down the hatch it goes. I had visions of Tom Hanks in the movie Big, when he eats the caviar at a dinner party. Well, Vegemite tastes strange, but it's not bad. It kinda grows on you.
Anyway, that's where the Vegemite joke came from. (I do like the stuff)
I would suggest then whenever your leg cramps, smear some Vegemite over the affected area for 20 minutes. Wipe the Vegemite off your leg with a warm cloth and you should see some improvement.
Diagnosed with Lupus - 22 June, 2010
You are so right about our slang here! For years when my children would do something naughty I would say, " You little bugger! I never knew I was called my children a horrible name until someone pointed it out to me. I am sure Terry knows what this means. Lol
It means (wink) you've lost your name through playing up i was one regular besides sod...but in Laymans terms (christ Tam i've swallowed the dictionary today mate) lol
1) a species of wild animal often found in school classrooms.
2) a small dog which thinks that "come here" means "run as fast as possible in the opposite direction", and/or who thinks it's amusing to investigate inaccessible places, and/or who likes to roll in goose shit.
3) I'm teaching a class of 40, and all but one or two are little buggers. I caught one of the little buggers this morning with a pencil up his nose.
4) Come here, you little bugger! Here! I said HERE! HERE!!!!! NO NOT OVER THERE! HERE! (repeat for half an hour)
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