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  • Hotelsma
    Hotelsma Posts: 404 Member
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    @vanityy99 interesting. We ain’t got them here so can’t be better 😛
  • NorthStar77
    NorthStar77 Posts: 1,073 Member
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    Motorsheen wrote: »
    ReenieHJ wrote: »
    Wow, you all are a rough crowd. Chocolate is chocolate. :) Unless you're talking about that Palmer crap in the Dollar stores.

    I needed to reach 1000 in my disagrees so give it all ya got. :)

    Chocolate is chocolate....that's heathen chat....like saying "wine is wine'

    ....nonsense.

    Says the guy that thinks Hershey's is crap but still eats KitKat (a Hershey product). LOL It's all relative I guess.

    I think you'll find Kit Kats are an age old UK confectionary made by Nestle Rowntree.
    Only in the heathen badlands of the USA are they made by Hershey.

    In the UK, a pure chocolate kit kat stick is the unicorn. Like a 22yr old Swedish bisexual yoga instructor who likes a slightly podgy, greying 44yr old men from the UK.

    As rare as rocking horse poo...

    The general feel is that American chocolate is sewage, whilst European chocolate is luxuriously revered by high statesmen, served at regal banquets and sold at high cost on the dark web to dictators and secret societies. ;)

    Touche'; I didn't know that KitKat in the UK was made by Nestle. Still not a fan of Nestle either.

    However we will agree to disagree on American chocolate as a whole. There is plenty of fabulous chocolate made in the US that isn't Euro made or Hershey's. Seriously, it's only a few brands of chocolate in the US that is crap. Most of what Euro's think is American chocolate is just Hershey's.

    Let's be clear here : when the UK think that Lindt is big standard rubbish, the bar is bloody high.

    A box of Prestat Earl Grey thins, a Hotel Chocolat Easter box, or even a Daniellis of Richmond dark chocolate selection.

    We are talking the kind of chocolate to whet the appetite and stiffen the nipples...it's that bloody good! ;)

    *eyeroll*

    Oh dear...sense of humour failure.

    I'm just playing. Lighten up.
    I'll bow out of this playful chat, for the sake of your eyeballs.

    Toodle pip. I'm off for a snickers! ;)

    Why is it my sense of humor has failed when it was your substandard attempt of a joke that bombed?

    Christ on a bike, and the wee donkey too.
    No worries poppet. Toodle Pip...this Snickers is delicious.

    As you were MFPers...

    it's alright, homeslice

    it's that zanny British humor that sometimes doesn't transfer....

    it's like when I need sub-titles to watch Mary Berry & Paul Hollywood.

    "off you pop!"

    Interesting debate, what are the characteristics of 'British humour' as opposed to American humour...

    ...also, I love "homeslice' but is it a contextual greeting i.e. said to the wrong person will get me shivved?

  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,506 Member
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    Hotelsma wrote: »
    @Motorsheen nothing wrong with the British sense of humour. We are more than Tea and crumpets 😂

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  • Hotelsma
    Hotelsma Posts: 404 Member
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    What the hell is Homeslice??? @NorthStar77 @Motorsheen
  • Just_Mel_
    Just_Mel_ Posts: 3,992 Member
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    Hotelsma wrote: »
    What the hell is Homeslice??? @NorthStar77 @Motorsheen

    Similar to home skillet.
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,506 Member
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    Hotelsma wrote: »
    What the hell is Homeslice??? @NorthStar77 @Motorsheen

    Homeslice
    1. Another term for homie, but more personal and often used amongst friends of the highest value.

    2. A slice of homie. You have a group of homies, and homeslice is used to address just one of them.
    Kristy: "Hey Peta, wanna go skateboarding?"

    Peta: "Sure, homeslice."
  • NorthStar77
    NorthStar77 Posts: 1,073 Member
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    Motorsheen wrote: »
    Hotelsma wrote: »
    What the hell is Homeslice??? @NorthStar77 @Motorsheen

    Homeslice
    1. Another term for homie, but more personal and often used amongst friends of the highest value.

    2. A slice of homie. You have a group of homies, and homeslice is used to address just one of them.
    Kristy: "Hey Peta, wanna go skateboarding?"

    Peta: "Sure, homeslice."

    Now that I like...
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 7,644 Member
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    Hotelsma wrote: »
    Right I think we need to change the subject here.

    So this are the best crisps/chips, change my mind

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    I like the name. Are those british cheetos?
  • NorthStar77
    NorthStar77 Posts: 1,073 Member
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    glassyo wrote: »
    Hotelsma wrote: »
    Right I think we need to change the subject here.

    So this are the best crisps/chips, change my mind

    4hz6pvmtks2b.png

    I like the name. Are those british cheetos?

    I'm guessing so.
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,506 Member
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    glassyo wrote: »
    Hotelsma wrote: »
    Right I think we need to change the subject here.

    So this are the best crisps/chips, change my mind

    4hz6pvmtks2b.png

    I like the name. Are those british cheetos?

    Crisps, Chips, Fries, Biscuits ......

    I was never more confused in my life than that first week in London.

    that being said,

    I'll have the fish & chips please.

    Good lord, I'm on the verge of a coronary event, but I don't care because this tastes so rockin' good.
  • NorthStar77
    NorthStar77 Posts: 1,073 Member
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    Motorsheen wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Hotelsma wrote: »
    Right I think we need to change the subject here.

    So this are the best crisps/chips, change my mind

    4hz6pvmtks2b.png

    I like the name. Are those british cheetos?

    Crisps, Chips, Fries, Biscuits ......

    I was never more confused in my life than that first week in London.

    that being said,

    I'll have the fish & chips please.

    Good lord, I'm on the verge of a coronary event, but I don't care because this tastes so rockin' good.

    Please tell me you didn't get fish and chips in London...
  • Hotelsma
    Hotelsma Posts: 404 Member
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    @Just_Mel_ what the hell is home skillet???

    @Motorsheen cheers for the explanation, might have to start using it with my bredrins (U.K. version of homies)

    @glassyo yes pretty much the U.K. equivalent of Cheetos. It would be a good contest to see which is the cheesiest lol
  • Hotelsma
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    @Motorsheen fish and chips is badass, one of my favourite. Man you US guys are confusion. You guys call scones biscuits lol never had a American biscuit before one of the first things I’ll eat when I come over for visit along with Mac & cheese
  • Hotelsma
    Hotelsma Posts: 404 Member
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    Tigg_er wrote: »
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    😂
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,506 Member
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    Motorsheen wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Hotelsma wrote: »
    Right I think we need to change the subject here.

    So this are the best crisps/chips, change my mind

    4hz6pvmtks2b.png

    I like the name. Are those british cheetos?

    Crisps, Chips, Fries, Biscuits ......

    I was never more confused in my life than that first week in London.

    that being said,

    I'll have the fish & chips please.

    Good lord, I'm on the verge of a coronary event, but I don't care because this tastes so rockin' good.

    Please tell me you didn't get fish and chips in London...

    Yeah, In Mayfair, a pub near the Churchill Hotel...... why ?

    Should I have traveled elsewhere ?
  • Motorsheen
    Motorsheen Posts: 20,506 Member
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    Hotelsma wrote: »
    @Just_Mel_ what the hell is home skillet???

    @Motorsheen cheers for the explanation, might have to start using it with my bredrins (U.K. version of homies)

    @glassyo yes pretty much the U.K. equivalent of Cheetos. It would be a good contest to see which is the cheesiest lol

    homeskillet is much like homeslice


    Everything I know about British culture is from watching Benny Hill re-runs & the Princess Di wedding on VHS tape.

    btw - How's Sporty Spice doing these days ??
  • glassyo
    glassyo Posts: 7,644 Member
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    Motorsheen wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Hotelsma wrote: »
    Right I think we need to change the subject here.

    So this are the best crisps/chips, change my mind

    4hz6pvmtks2b.png

    I like the name. Are those british cheetos?

    Crisps, Chips, Fries, Biscuits ......

    I was never more confused in my life than that first week in London.

    that being said,

    I'll have the fish & chips please.

    Good lord, I'm on the verge of a coronary event, but I don't care because this tastes so rockin' good.

    Fanny.

    /end thread
  • vanityy99
    vanityy99 Posts: 2,583 Member
    edited April 2021
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    Hotelsma wrote: »
    @Just_Mel_ what the hell is home skillet???

    @Motorsheen cheers for the explanation, might have to start using it with my bredrins (U.K. version of homies)

    @glassyo yes pretty much the U.K. equivalent of Cheetos. It would be a good contest to see which is the cheesiest lol

    U.K version...

    Isn’t it Caribbean slang,

    I mean the word bedrin
  • NorthStar77
    NorthStar77 Posts: 1,073 Member
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    Motorsheen wrote: »
    Motorsheen wrote: »
    glassyo wrote: »
    Hotelsma wrote: »
    Right I think we need to change the subject here.

    So this are the best crisps/chips, change my mind

    4hz6pvmtks2b.png

    I like the name. Are those british cheetos?

    Crisps, Chips, Fries, Biscuits ......

    I was never more confused in my life than that first week in London.

    that being said,

    I'll have the fish & chips please.

    Good lord, I'm on the verge of a coronary event, but I don't care because this tastes so rockin' good.

    Please tell me you didn't get fish and chips in London...

    Yeah, In Mayfair, a pub near the Churchill Hotel...... why ?

    Should I have traveled elsewhere ?

    Yep! London fish is grey, oily and tasteless