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2006-09-02 03:17:27 PM  
No. It's her British mouth and her incapability in keeping it closed for half a farking second.
/F Sharon.
 
2006-09-02 03:19:58 PM  
No, ma'am. It's your inability to stop cramming said cuisine down your gullet that made you fat.
 
2006-09-02 03:24:07 PM  
In other news, there's a British cuisine
 
2006-09-02 03:33:20 PM  
In other news, there's a British cuisine

Oh, hells, yes. Behold, the deep fried Mars Bar:

www.itv-thismorning.co.uk
 
2006-09-02 03:47:24 PM  
If Brits are making her fat, she should try Ethiopians instead.
 
2006-09-02 03:52:06 PM  
Too much spotted dick?
 
2006-09-02 04:00:00 PM  
I suggest tapeworms, typhoid, cholera, ebola, and being eaten by pirahnas. Sequentially.

/not a fan
//amused by British cuisine being questioned by Americans
///Y'wanna supersize that ?
 
2006-09-02 04:03:14 PM  
Who'd she blame for her ugliness?
 
2006-09-02 04:15:00 PM  
FarkinNortherner: ///Y'wanna supersize that ?

We supersize our food because it tastes good. You don't see them asking for seconds of tripe on Fear Factor.
 
2006-09-02 04:21:07 PM  
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Hogwash, British food never made anyone fat.
 
2006-09-02 05:21:08 PM  
BrunelloBabe: You don't see them asking for seconds of tripe

Have never eaten tripe, will never eat tripe.
/Love haggis
//MMM, sheep's stomach stuffed with meat and barley
///Not so much of the sheep's stomach any more, now its more like sausage casing
 
2006-09-02 05:31:02 PM  
You know, there's a grocery store here that actually has a little section of British foods. One of the items you can select is a can of spotted dick.

I wonder if anyone's seriously bought the stuff because they want it, and how many people have just held the can up to someone they were with and made crude jokes.

/guess which of those categories I fall into
 
2006-09-02 05:37:02 PM  
Tripe is the goodness. Spotted dick? Sounds like something you'd find at Fleet Week.
 
2006-09-02 05:40:04 PM  
jake_lex: One of the items you can select is a can of spotted dick.

How the fark do you can spotted dick ?

Nobody actually eats it but here(pops)'s a recipe.
 
2006-09-02 07:12:27 PM  
2006-09-02 03:33:20 PMEl_Swino
In other news, there's a British cuisine


The most stereotypical English food would be the Sunday Roast (hence the nickname Rosbifs in French speaking countries) and the full English Breakfast.

Americans for some reason have invented their own series of stereotypes of British food, none of which we really eat. tripe, boiled meat, I can't remember the rest. Oh yeah, eel pie. A few others.
 
2006-09-02 07:13:50 PM  
The most stereotypical English food would be the Sunday Roast (hence the nickname Rosbifs in French speaking countries) and the full English Breakfast.

And fish and chips, of course.
 
2006-09-02 08:32:37 PM  
jay_vee: And fish and chips, of course.

And Chicken Tikka Masala.
 
2006-09-02 08:38:39 PM  
What is a full English breakfast? When I was in Heathrow once, I looked at the menu and saw that. I also saw a menu item called "baps", and was immediately confused. I was about to order it out of sheer curiousity, but didn't for fear that it might be something horrid.
 
2006-09-02 09:00:48 PM  
I'm sooooo glad there's a big Italian influence 'round here.

/Though fish n' chips rule.
 
2006-09-02 09:45:14 PM  
And American television made her stupid.


/There was that one show on MTV . . .
 
2006-09-04 12:47:15 PM  
Scandalous

Full English Breakfast varies from place to place, but is generally acknowledged to include the following:

Bacon, sausage, fried eggs, baked beans, toast/fried bread, mushrooms, tomatoes, black pudding.

Baps are bread rolls. Or boobies, if you are talking slang.
 
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