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(Twitter)   Wigan Kebab, smack barm pey wet and a babby's yed. These are foods. Yes, really   (twitter.com) divider line
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2020-09-30 6:16:39 PM  
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2020-09-30 6:24:14 PM  
NO.
 
2020-09-30 6:58:49 PM  
Ah English cuisine.
Like German romance or Italian organization.
 
2020-09-30 7:05:06 PM  
You are what you eat...

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2020-09-30 7:10:14 PM  

sithon: Ah English cuisine.
Like German romance or Italian organization.


I have seen enough documentaries that show that Germans have a sense of romance. It's not my sense, mind you, and you'd think the desperation to drink any liquid would mean they live in a desert, but there is romance there. Italians, of course, can organize well enough to get a group together. F*ck knows what they're doing then, but they've got people.
 
2020-09-30 7:32:49 PM  
Meh, food can be named whatever anyone wants. As long as it's actually good and you aren't treading on something else (like 'Mac's Famous Mac & Cheese' being just Kraft Blue Box), call it whatever your heart desires.

Saying that, I'd try most of that but the 'pey wet' might be a line I can't cross.
 
2020-09-30 9:43:44 PM  
You go ahead and eat mine
 
2020-09-30 9:59:09 PM  

sithon: Ah English cuisine.
Like German romance or Italian organization.


French accounting?
 
2020-09-30 10:11:04 PM  

sithon: Ah English cuisine.
Like German romance or Italian organization.


In Heaven all the cooks are French, the police are British and the engineers are German.
In Hell all the cooks are British, the police are German and the engineers are French.
 
2020-09-30 10:37:36 PM  
how is babby formed
 
2020-09-30 11:04:39 PM  

sithon: Ah English cuisine.
Like German romance or Italian organization.


Wigan ain't fooking England.
 
2020-09-30 11:31:42 PM  

iron de havilland: how is babby formed


You don't put it in a corner
 
2020-09-30 11:32:55 PM  

Gordon Bennett: sithon: Ah English cuisine.
Like German romance or Italian organization.

In Heaven all the cooks are French, the police are British and the engineers are German.
In Hell all the cooks are British, the police are German and the engineers are French.


I thought it was a British chef and a German mistress. Or something. Although vice versa... nah. Nevermind.
 
2020-10-01 12:58:48 AM  

blender61: NO.


I think that may be the shortest and most vehement food answer I've ever seen from you
 
2020-10-01 1:42:55 AM  

Gordon Bennett: sithon: Ah English cuisine.
Like German romance or Italian organization.

In Heaven all the cooks are French, the police are British and the engineers are German.
In Hell all the cooks are British, the police are German and the engineers are French.


Heaven:
French chefs
German engineers
Italian lovers
British police
The whole thing is run by the Swiss

Hell:
British chefs
French engineers
Swiss lovers
German police
The whole thing is run by the Italians
 
2020-10-01 2:06:44 AM  

Trocadero: Gordon Bennett: sithon: Ah English cuisine.
Like German romance or Italian organization.

In Heaven all the cooks are French, the police are British and the engineers are German.
In Hell all the cooks are British, the police are German and the engineers are French.

Heaven:
French chefs
German engineers
Italian lovers
British police
The whole thing is run by the Swiss

Hell:
British chefs
French engineers
Swiss lovers
German police
The whole thing is run by the Italians


I know that's how the joke goes, but I'm pretty sure that in Hell the police would be American.
 
2020-10-01 6:35:41 AM  
All else aside, you could make a halfway decent sea chantey out of that headline.
 
2020-10-01 9:00:56 AM  
I don't get the British obsession with putting everything in a roll.

Deep fried pie roll. Deep fried potato fritter roll with mushy pea sauce. Why was the steamed steak pudding and chips not done in a roll? That would have been the icing on the cake (or the bap on the babby yed)
 
2020-10-01 9:12:26 AM  

englaja: I don't get the British obsession with putting everything in a roll.

Deep fried pie roll. Deep fried potato fritter roll with mushy pea sauce. Why was the steamed steak pudding and chips not done in a roll?


It's the low carb option.
 
2020-10-01 10:15:14 AM  

scottydoesntknow: Meh, food can be named whatever anyone wants. As long as it's actually good and you aren't treading on something else (like 'Mac's Famous Mac & Cheese' being just Kraft Blue Box), call it whatever your heart desires.

Saying that, I'd try most of that but the 'pey wet' might be a line I can't cross.


You don't want any wet ass pey?
 
2020-10-01 12:11:45 PM  
*spends 20 minutes go ogling and reading to figure out what the hell any of that means*

...sweet Jesus in a juniper bush, British food is terrifying.
 
2020-10-01 1:21:09 PM  
If you smack her barm, it makes her pey wet.
 
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