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(The Sun)   British school helps to put the nanny in nanny state by forbidding cafeteria employees to cook triangular flapjacks because the sharp end could poke a student's eye out   (thesun.co.uk) divider line 16
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2013-03-25 09:14:37 AM
2 votes:
As they should everybody knows Triangle always wins Man.
2013-03-25 08:55:40 AM
2 votes:

Onkel Buck: approves


Lets try that again
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2013-03-25 08:54:38 AM
2 votes:
But what if the cafeteria worker has a pointed stick?
2013-03-25 02:31:09 PM
1 votes:
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Why did this not make the list? It seems pretty damn dangerous to me.

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2013-03-25 01:49:42 PM
1 votes:
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2013-03-25 12:05:35 PM
1 votes:
www.zazzle.com

But won't someone think of the lonely space flapjacks?...
2013-03-25 11:17:56 AM
1 votes:
Banned: Deemed Unsafe for British Children
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Acceptable: Deemed Safe for British Children
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2013-03-25 09:56:17 AM
1 votes:

Shorelinefarker: Britain, you used to have balls of steel. What happened?


Turns out, that "stiff upper lip" is a congenital birth defect prevalent in Britain through generations of inbreeding.
2013-03-25 09:41:34 AM
1 votes:

LewDux: It's political correctness gone mad


something, something, go back to your Somalian Utopia, more government is good, something, something.
2013-03-25 09:29:35 AM
1 votes:

Sybarite: SnarfVader: How can you even make one that's triangular?

*clicks article*

Oh. So that's a flapjack. I always thought flapjack was another name for a pancake. Learn something new everyday. I need to travel more.


A flapjack is a pancake in North America. In Britain it's what we'd call an oat bar.


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2013-03-25 09:14:02 AM
1 votes:
Wait until they realize the danger of fresh fruit.
2013-03-25 09:11:40 AM
1 votes:

LordOfThePings: [img.thesun.co.uk image 310x347]

I'm a flapjack, and I'm ok


Wait, what? How in the hell is that a "flapjack"?

In Reality, a pancake is generally not rigid enough to stand on edge - it's FLAPPY - hence FLAPjack.
In Her Majesty's Sillynesstime for Fabbylaggies, a flapjack need not be flappy; you just find a perfectly normal-named food ("oat bar") and give it a stupid name that bears no significance to any part of the food.

// and now someone comes in to tell me that oats have been known as "flappies" in England since the tyme of Groswingdon the Mildly Perturbed, and how could I not know that
// the stayte of Amerycane Publicke Schoolse muste be wretchede indeede
2013-03-25 08:50:26 AM
1 votes:
This confirms my preconceived notions that very single person in the UK is a giant pussy.
2013-03-25 08:50:22 AM
1 votes:

Sybarite: A flapjack is a pancake in North America. In Britain it's what we'd call an oat bar.


That's why I like Australian English so much more than other variants. Instead of mixing up existing words, they come up with a new one. The object in question is probably called something like a Chazwalzal or Doogeriedee. When I hear a word like that, I know I have no idea what it is instead of having something incorrect come to mind.

/Plus in the land of Oz, the women wear no bras
2013-03-25 08:44:41 AM
1 votes:
So somebody gets poked in the eye with a triangular snack and they decide to...add a corner and make it a rectangle?
2013-03-25 08:42:43 AM
1 votes:
Too early for flapjacks?
 
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