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 01-13-2006, 08:35 AM         #201
ChEEK$  OP
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fu*kin chuck norris.....

 01-13-2006, 09:11 AM         #202
KRiSH  OP
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 persuazion said
a few more reasons why England sucks!! from anothers point of view..
Mayonaisse. Of couse, as any New Yorker would, I have to devote some space to England's bland, greasy and simply miserable cuisine. Trite, but necessary. Why every British food establishment coats their entire meno in the bland, tastless dressing baffles me. Turkey tastes a lot better when it is not drenched in mayo and covered in plastic for five hours. Trust me.

Everything is closed on Sunday. For the people who live in the real world (i.e. don't go to college) Sunday is a day to relax, spend time with the family, and depending on your religious affiliation, for worship. For many college students, however, it's time to run errands and cram before Monday or Tuesday's tutorial. However, neither of tasks are feasible when store windows are dark and the librarians also enjoy their day off. Ironically, the only life brewing along the streets is from the liquor stores and the pubs ...

Closing times. Everything closes around the time the sun sets, and for a country that is between 50 and 60 degrees North latitude, that's pretty damn early. I'm from New York, so I am accustomed to the 24-hour schedule of the city that never sleeps. While the pubs do remain open until a whopping 11pm, that's not too late considering on a Saturday night back home when my clock reads 11pm I am still contemplating which shoes to wear and if I need my warm coat. What are English people hanging out in pubs going to do on New Year's Eve - ring in the new year in their pyjamas?

Being treated like an American. I don't want to accuse all English people of acting rude or snotty toward Americans because some are very pleasant, but after seven weeks I've come to the conclusion that sometime in grade school English children are taught to equate 'stupid' with 'American.' Yes, we are arguably louder and more demanding, but that doesn't mean we're all ignorant. Interestingly enough, British radios blare American pop music, televisions broadcast American t.v. shows and the movies play American flicks. If we're so dumb, why do you cherish our popular culture? And one last thing: any country that manufactures the Spice Girls shouldn't throw stones at glass houses
stop fu*king copy and pasting old sh*t,

Everything closes on Sunday????? where the fu*k did you here that from Johnny?

Pubs/clubs close at a whopping 11pm??? where the fu*k did you here that from Johnny?

And the only reason why we get "your" movies, music, and other sh*t is because "your" movies, music, tv studios want them here. youd be suprised how many BRITISH producers, writers, directors, etc..work behind the scenes in your hollywod pictures. also you would be suprised how many of your movies and tv shows are filmed abroad!

and your saying what about mayo??? LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! dumbfu*k ahahahahahaha

get your fact game up Johnny and get uptodate with what England is like.................................... oh thats right you dont care!

 01-13-2006, 09:31 AM         #203
KILOCHARLIE  OP
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LOL @ backwards americans. Its true, they really think britain and england are the same thing.

then he says he stayed in the uk and all the pubs closed at 11pm and everything was closed on sundays. Seriously how old are you? You must have come here in the 1980's.

and to my man magnetic24, i don;t get that crumpet thing. its tea and biccys. americans have biscuits but they're either talking bout guns or this porridge like sh*t that they have as a side order (like garlic bread and onion rings aint good enough or summat). so i guess coz they're round, they thought they're crumpets. fu*k knows.


oh, and mayo is the sh*t, but the last time i was in new york, they had more stuff with mayo in it at the deli, than anything in the uk. c'mon man, at least can't you diss an all day breakfast sandwich or something. something i relate to please!!! lol


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 13 years ago '04        #204
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 KILOCHARLIE said
LOL @ backwards americans. Its true, they really think britain and england are the same thing.

then he says he stayed in the uk and all the pubs closed at 11pm and everything was closed on sundays. Seriously how old are you? You must have come here in the 1980's.

and to my man magnetic24, i don;t get that crumpet thing. its tea and biccys. americans have biscuits but they're either talking bout guns or this porridge like sh*t that they have as a side order (like garlic bread and onion rings aint good enough or summat). so i guess coz they're round, they thought they're crumpets. fu*k knows.


oh, and mayo is the sh*t, but the last time i was in new york, they had more stuff with mayo in it at the deli, than anything in the uk. c'mon man, at least can't you diss an all day breakfast sandwich or something. something i relate to please!!! lol
Since when is a biscuit porridge-like?

 01-13-2006, 09:39 AM         #205
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 jmood88 said
Since when is a biscuit porridge-like?
grey sh*t, in a bowl, = porridge

biscuit = jammie dodger, chocolate digestive, custard cream, bourbons etc

 13 years ago '04        #206
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 KILOCHARLIE said
grey sh*t, in a bowl, = porridge

biscuit = jammie dodger, chocolate digestive, custard cream, bourbons etc
Are you talking about oatmeal or something? Nobody calls gray stuff in a bowl a biscuit and I don't know where you got that from.

 01-13-2006, 09:43 AM         #207
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Full English breakfeast > American breakfeast (a.k.a. mcdonalds breakfeast menu LOL)

 01-13-2006, 09:44 AM         #208
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grey sh*t, not gray sh*t

fu*k knows what it is. they offered me a biscuit with my meal and i was like wtf do i want a biscuit for with my dinner? then they showed me a bowl of grEy sh*t, and i was like thats no fu*king biscuit.

 01-13-2006, 09:46 AM         #209
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they also offered me some grit and i was like there's no ice on the road and why are you offering it to me for breakfast.

and on the subject, they're frosties not no damn frosted flakes

 01-13-2006, 09:46 AM         #210
KRiSH  OP
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they call biscuits, cookies in america.

 01-13-2006, 09:47 AM         #211
KILOCHARLIE  OP
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what do they call cookies then?

crazy a*s americans

 13 years ago '04        #212
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 KILOCHARLIE said
grey sh*t, not gray sh*t

fu*k knows what it is. they offered me a biscuit with my meal and i was like wtf do i want a biscuit for with my dinner? then they showed me a bowl of grEy sh*t, and i was like thats no fu*king biscuit.
You're an idiot.

 13 years ago '04        #213
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 krish_2k4 said
they call biscuits, cookies in america.
Where are you getting your information from?
This is a cookie:
[pic - click to view]


This is a biscuit:
[pic - click to view]


 01-13-2006, 09:57 AM         #214
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 jmood88 said
Where are you getting your information from?
This is a cookie:
[pic - click to view]


This is a biscuit:
[pic - click to view]





LMFAO thats a scone minus the jam and cream

 01-13-2006, 09:58 AM         #215
KILOCHARLIE  OP
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 jmood88 said
This is a biscuit:
[pic - click to view]

seriously, when your biscuits look like that, no wonder you dudes is confused

when someone offers you a biscuit, do you say "cookie biscuit, grey sh*t biscuit or semi-auto biscuit"?

how do you distinguish between the three?

 01-13-2006, 09:59 AM         #216
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damn i just now saw this thread and all i gotta say is, ahahahaha America created hip hop and i know u eurotrash cats want to be from here so bad, so do us a favor and dont hate what u envy, it makes u look really bad.

 13 years ago '04        #217
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 KILOCHARLIE said
seriously, when your biscuits look like that, no wonder you dudes is confused

when someone offers you a biscuit, do you say "cookie biscuit, grey sh*t biscuit or semi-auto biscuit"?

how do you distinguish between the three?
You just don't know what you're talking about. And usually people don't get offered biscuits on a regular basis.

Oh yeah, the spelling of the word gray/grey doesn't matter.

 01-13-2006, 10:00 AM         #218
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 Maury Flow said
damn i just now saw this thread and all i gotta say is, ahahahaha America created hip hop and i know u eurotrash cats want to be from here so bad, so do us a favor and dont hate what u envy, it makes u look really bad.
chew on my biscuit

 01-13-2006, 10:03 AM         #219
KILOCHARLIE  OP
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 jmood88 said
You just don't know what you're talking about. And usually people don't get offered biscuits on a regular basis.

Oh yeah, the spelling of the word gray/grey doesn't matter.
it doesn't matter how you spell grey?

also, the guy who i'm sitting next to in work now says that you also think the pavement is where the cars drive and that the sidewalk is the pavement

wtf is up with that?


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 13 years ago '04        #220
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 KILOCHARLIE said
the guy who i'm sitting next to in work now says that you also think the pavement is where the cars drive and that the sidewalk is the pavement
Good for him.

 01-13-2006, 10:09 AM         #221
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 Maury Flow said
damn i just now saw this thread and all i gotta say is, ahahahaha America created hip hop and i know u eurotrash cats want to be from here so bad, so do us a favor and dont hate what u envy, it makes u look really bad.
there is a difference between defending and showing envy,

but your dumbass wont know, go back to what your good at, starting wars.

 01-13-2006, 10:10 AM         #222
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^^^ educating all my amercian brethren

topic include

how to spot a biscuit and biscuits explained

no crumpets tho sorry

 01-13-2006, 10:13 AM         #223
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How to spot biscuits
They come in packets
They have two sides
You could dunk them in tea
Entry level
They come in clear cellophane wrappers
They aren't so nice that you could eat a whole packet
They are homogeneous
Mid range
Anything with a currant, or some sort of fruit in it
Twin layer affair with some sort of cream up the middle
Wrapper has pictures on it.
Some sort of USP
Luxury
Any thing with chocolate on top.
May be in a cardboard box


FAQ
Q. Are Jaffa cakes biscuits.

A. No, no the're not. Apart from being called cakes they obviously have a sponge base. Granted they appear to be some kind of luxury biscuit being chocolate covered and shipping in a box.

Q. Why are 'Nice' biscuits called that?

A. I don't know because they are possibly one of the nastiest biscuits ever, perhaps its sarcasm. Also if you are new to this site and are about to email me saying "Actually its because they are named after the town in the south of France" don't. They're not from there, nobody there has ever heard of them. Hop on an Easyjet flight get yourself down there and ask around, you'll get even blanker Gallic looks than usual. Back when they were invented Huntley and Palmer were knocking out over 450 sorts of biscuits, so naming new sorts of biscuits was probably a matter of just going through the phone book or index in the atlas. Anyhow I don't like them.

Q. Whats the best biscuit ever?

A. Well I would have to say the Abbey Crunch, see my page on this ground breaking oat based biscuit.

Q. Can something that is individually wrapped be biscuit.

A. Its pushing it isn't it.

Q. Whats the story with pink wafers?

A. Well they have dropped out of fashion, and rightly so as they are unpleasant at best. Wafers in general have had to move up into chocolate covered jobs like the Tunnocks wafer, or chocolate bars like the Kit Kat

 01-13-2006, 10:20 AM         #224
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sorry to post even more sh*t in this thread but after some investigations i've actually found out that american biscuits are like yorkshire puddings

can any of the homies verify this?

 01-13-2006, 10:33 AM         #225
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 persuazion said
a few more reasons why England sucks!! from anothers point of view..
Mayonaisse. Of couse, as any New Yorker would, I have to devote some space to England's bland, greasy and simply miserable cuisine. Trite, but necessary. Why every British food establishment coats their entire meno in the bland, tastless dressing baffles me. Turkey tastes a lot better when it is not drenched in mayo and covered in plastic for five hours. Trust me.

Everything is closed on Sunday. For the people who live in the real world (i.e. don't go to college) Sunday is a day to relax, spend time with the family, and depending on your religious affiliation, for worship. For many college students, however, it's time to run errands and cram before Monday or Tuesday's tutorial. However, neither of tasks are feasible when store windows are dark and the librarians also enjoy their day off. Ironically, the only life brewing along the streets is from the liquor stores and the pubs ...

Closing times. Everything closes around the time the sun sets, and for a country that is between 50 and 60 degrees North latitude, that's pretty damn early. I'm from New York, so I am accustomed to the 24-hour schedule of the city that never sleeps. While the pubs do remain open until a whopping 11pm, that's not too late considering on a Saturday night back home when my clock reads 11pm I am still contemplating which shoes to wear and if I need my warm coat. What are English people hanging out in pubs going to do on New Year's Eve - ring in the new year in their pyjamas?

Being treated like an American. I don't want to accuse all English people of acting rude or snotty toward Americans because some are very pleasant, but after seven weeks I've come to the conclusion that sometime in grade school English children are taught to equate 'stupid' with 'American.' Yes, we are arguably louder and more demanding, but that doesn't mean we're all ignorant. Interestingly enough, British radios blare American pop music, televisions broadcast American t.v. shows and the movies play American flicks. If we're so dumb, why do you cherish our popular culture? And one last thing: any country that manufactures the Spice Girls shouldn't throw stones at glass houses
wrong, wrong and more wrong. chump needs to get his facts right before he adds to the number of ignorant posts by Americans. most of you are cool, but theres a minority like this dumb f*ck who couldn't even find his own state on a map of the USA. I mean resulting to insults about mayo just sums this post up. shops and librarys are open on Sundays, only thing that isn't is your biological "mums" brothel cos she normaly used and abused by Sunday. Pubs dont close at 11, our clubs stay open till 6am. so next time think before you post your ignorant dumb sh*t, f*g**t.

*puts kettle on and watches that episode of Family Guy where Peter lights his cigar up on a blazing American flag*

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