Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by Lord-Swag, Mar 16, 2001.
Mr. P: Correct terminology please - 'Biscuits' are 'Cookies'. Why? I don't know....
Hell yeah! We appear to be birds of a feather...not that I'm supporting previous allegations of my feminine side...
aye, tis my clothing that reeks
Your biscuits are our cookies because our biscuits are...well, you know, I've not found that out yet. Dinner rolls?
Feminine side? Do tell, Poodu.
The only problem comes about when you translate Sesame Street's 'Cookie Monster' - The 'Biscuit Monster' sounds kinda odd...almost the name you'd commonly associate with the loser of the infamous 'soggy biscuit' game........
You obviously missed Cass' jesting and I don't intend to delve deeper into it right now!
Biscuits = dinner rolls?? Wha? Goddamn...I hate these American Vs English conversation/arguments!
Now wait, Ben and I have never successfully ended this arguement. What do you call what we call biscuits? They're bread, usually round.
American busciuts rule.
anyone feel different? you come se the wolfman.
Buns, my dear
A bun you silly moo..
I don't know what your biscuits are...our biscuits are what you obviously call cookies...we call bread bread though..simple as that!
Bun! Of course! We call them that too, only not as much as we call them biscuits.
What do you call trousers...pants??
My dear god those americans are almost as bad as the french!!!
You call buns biscuits?? HAHAAHAH!!!
And what's the deal with the old 'Chimney to 'flue' debacle?!
The proper name for it is flue.
Can we advance to the 21st Century now please? This trot down Ego-centric 19th Century British Stereotypes has been fun but if I have to hear a King George imitation of what what one more time I swear to God I'll spend the rest of the day calling in bomb threats to British Airways to keep you freaks out of this country!
Yep...sorry JG, it's a chimney flue...we just shortened it!
Fine with me wormie, means you halfwitted inbred hicks wont be over here
Hehehe...minus the attitude, makes you easier to identify. Inbred hicks?! I don't think so. We maybe hicks but you've cornered the market on inbreeding.
ahhh you mean the royals, heheh true.
what about all those from the southern boondocks?? cletus and his extended family
Now I wouldn't go so far as to say that Wormie. We've have our fair share of inbreeding.
Oh, don't forget about Billy Jim Bob and Amy Sue May.
Hey! You're talking to a Jenny Sue Jones right here! Proud great great great great great great niece of Jesse and Frank James! Tread lightly, my friend!
Eh? were they inbreeds then?