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Is it like a muffin?
hmm.. is it salty?
ever had a dumpling before? Yeah it's that
at least the couple I had over there were like that. And a bit greasier.
but can't. even the people! it's fucking ridiculous.
Southern fried chicken in a scone, which part of this does McD's think constitues breakfast???
I don't think they're arsed.
in which he tells all about the first time he heard the word 'biscuit' but doesn't actually explain what it means in the US.
Well, 'desperately' is probably putting it a little too strongly.
me I'm a badman without my Biscuit" same slang in the uk:
I think they call biscuits crackers though seriously. Animal crackers are biscuits right
and crackers are white people
and biscuits are fries
What the british call crisps, we call chips.
What the americans call fries, we call chips.
Biscuits are sweet baked goods, often round, generally made of flour, sugar and butter/shortening. Although can also be made of oats and treacle/golden syrup/honey. Shit, I find it hard to define a biscuit. They can be chocolate coated, they can be joined with a layer of cream. Basically they are what the Poms call biscuits and the Seppos call cookies.
Or don't they eat fish and chips? I have never heard the term "fish and fries" before.
are pretty excellent. Although I'm never sure why.
but with 100% more cheese
then there's this:
WHY CAN'T WE HANDLE MODERATION
our's appear much nicer. thanks
Whenever I saw signs for 'chicken and biscuits' I always imagined a KFC some digestives on the side.
and they put in on your thanksgiving meal with gravy. No thanks.
and there were marshmallows in my mash potato. Good God.
I thought the only use of marshmallows was to put them on sticks over fires and subsequently burn the roof of your mouth. Probably also acceptable at birthday parties in the single digits.
Which is sweet enough without melted marshmallows in it.
it's almost always interchangeable with cookie