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  • #16
    Originally posted by antd700
    Nope sorry that's a scone, yea cookies fine but sidewalk, that's a pavement, I'll never understand Americans, you're like women, a completely different species!
    Actually, I don't think they have an English equivalent to biscuits. Not like we think of (i.e. those kick ass good ones are Red Lobster or the buttermilk kind at KFC)

    I have had scones (my sister in law lived in London for a year, and we visted) and they aren't quite like biscuits.


    And what do you call a sidewalk then?

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    • #17
      Pavement, not sure why. I get sidewalk though, sounds kinda logical. Maybe the biscuits are rock cakes, they're kinda hard crumbley small cakes.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by antd700
        Pavement, not sure why. I get sidewalk though, sounds kinda logical. Maybe the biscuits are rock cakes, they're kinda hard crumbley small cakes.
        hmmm....maybe. I dunno if I had those.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Jared
          Actually, I don't think they have an English equivalent to biscuits. Not like we think of (i.e. those kick ass good ones are Red Lobster or the buttermilk kind at KFC)

          I have had scones (my sister in law lived in London for a year, and we visted) and they aren't quite like biscuits.


          And what do you call a sidewalk then?
          Oh hell yeah on those Red Lobster ones Jared - those are the bomb!!!!! I tried to make em at home but it aint the same

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          • #20
            Re: Cross-dressing to sneak food into movies?

            Originally posted by The Dark Knight
            Would it be wrong to do this? When i went to "Dawn of the Dead" it cost me nearly 8 bucks for a popcorn and coke combined. If I wore a dress I could then carry a purse and just sneak food in that way. I sometimes have been able to hide some food in a coat but with summer here anybody wearing a coat to a movie is going to be seen in a suspicous light.




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            • #21
              Originally posted by orangenblue420
              Oh hell yeah on those Red Lobster ones Jared - those are the bomb!!!!! I tried to make em at home but it aint the same
              Its like trying to make a Whopper at home. In many ways, the one at home is better, but it just ain't the same.

              or McDonald's fries.

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