How not to eat a biscuit. .. I will never know the feel
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#16 - Eralus (08/25/2013) [-]
<----The cookie/biscuit debate in the comments
#2 - amiritebro (08/25/2013) [-]
I will never know the feel
User avatar #12 - dedaluminus (08/25/2013) [-]
I don't know why people insist that American english and British english are the same language. They're about as similar as Portuguese and Spanish, nowadays.
#29 to #12 - ssjlink (08/25/2013) [-]
I figured it was more like Mexican Spanish and Spain Spanish.
User avatar #47 to #12 - oriolopocholo (08/25/2013) [-]
Portuguese and Spanish are different languages... American English and British English are different dialects for the same language.
User avatar #25 - namehasntbeentaken (08/25/2013) [-]
HOLY **** ! all these ******* comments! Different cultures have different names for **** ! THEY ARE CALLED BISCUITS AND CALLED COOKIES TO DIFFERENT PEOPLES!
User avatar #34 - srskate ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
Everyone is arguing over whether its a cookie or a biscuit

and I'm still wondering how the **** he hit himself in the face with it.
#46 to #34 - restfullwicked (08/25/2013) [-]
i think they were stuck together, so he pushed them apart and when they got unstuck it hit him in the face.
User avatar #48 to #46 - srskate ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
The must have been stuck together mighty well.

Anyway, thanks
User avatar #61 - slugnugget (08/25/2013) [-]
Thumb this up please so everyone can end this stupid word debate -

US Cookies = UK Biscuits , What we call cookies are the biscuits with chips in them e.g chocolate chip cookie.

US Soda = UK Pop / Fizzy Drink

US Trash Can = UK Bin

US Sidewalk = UK Pavement

US Color = UK Colour

US Fries = UK Chips

US Potato Chips = UK Crisps

US Sucker = UK Lollipop

US Candy = UK Sweets

Feel free to add any I missed
#68 to #61 - anon (08/25/2013) [-]
US Tire = UK Tyre
User avatar #80 to #61 - ManInKilt (08/25/2013) [-]
it's pop in most of the united states
User avatar #81 to #80 - ManInKilt (08/25/2013) [-]
and its a lollipop here too.
User avatar #82 to #61 - ManInKilt (08/25/2013) [-]
US truck=England lorry
User avatar #94 to #61 - VLG (08/25/2013) [-]
I've never heard the word "sucker" ever used, tbh. Only lollipop. I live in Philly.
User avatar #62 to #61 - nignogatron (08/25/2013) [-]
US Lollipop = UK Sucker
User avatar #64 to #62 - slugnugget (08/25/2013) [-]
No one calls it a sucker in the UK.

We have people called lollipop ladies for a reason.
User avatar #65 to #64 - nignogatron (08/25/2013) [-]
Well no one calls it a sucker in the US either.
#67 to #66 - nignogatron (08/25/2013) [-]
$20 for candy. What is this 			****		.
$20 for candy. What is this **** .
User avatar #63 to #61 - quesocnkane (08/25/2013) [-]
US Rape = UK Forceyfuntime
User avatar #69 to #61 - dessydegreemurder (08/25/2013) [-]
I'm American and I use both lollipop and sucker. Usually suckers are the ones that sometimes have tootsie rolls or gum inside.
User avatar #70 to #61 - icecreamonnips (08/25/2013) [-]
US Gun = UK Rooty Tooty Point n Shooty
#73 to #70 - eddymolly (08/25/2013) [-]
Here ya go
User avatar #79 - ManInKilt (08/25/2013) [-]
fun fact, the word cookie came from the Swedish word kjokie meaning small cake, then England decided biscuit made more sense.
#72 - drainbramage (08/25/2013) [-]
If it's in England, it's a biscuit, if it's in America it's a cookie-unless it's got chocolate chips, then it's also a cookie in England. It's called dialect.    
   
   
   
This isn't rocket science you inbred window-lickers.
If it's in England, it's a biscuit, if it's in America it's a cookie-unless it's got chocolate chips, then it's also a cookie in England. It's called dialect.



This isn't rocket science you inbred window-lickers.
User avatar #74 to #72 - varric (08/25/2013) [-]
in finland its called ''keksi''
#76 to #74 - drainbramage (08/25/2013) [-]
Don't bring Finland into this.
Don't bring Finland into this.
#77 to #76 - varric (08/25/2013) [-]
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#32 - urghseventysix (08/25/2013) [-]
Now it's ready for television
Now it's ready for television
User avatar #71 to #32 - spankidanki (08/25/2013) [-]
thanks obama
User avatar #18 - toxop (08/25/2013) [-]
orteil.dashnet.org/cookieclicker/ Why do i play this?
User avatar #30 to #18 - xeyxl (08/25/2013) [-]
You have now wasted 40 minutes and counting of my time. I thank you.
User avatar #22 - puresoul (08/25/2013) [-]
All this argument about cookies and biscuits, can't we agree that they're almost the same?
Or is this too hard to believe?
User avatar #23 to #22 - mymiddleleg (08/25/2013) [-]
no cos im sick of the americans raping the english language
User avatar #26 to #23 - VLG (08/25/2013) [-]
Who are you to speak? You're the one butchering language... just look at what you wrote.
User avatar #37 to #26 - fortehlulzing (08/25/2013) [-]
Well...I wouldn't agree with mymiddleleg, but I do believe the United States is the one playing with the language....it was originally England's deal....
User avatar #39 to #37 - VLG (08/25/2013) [-]
Modern British English is also really different from what it was 500 years ago. Language changes... You're sort of forgetting that America is seperated from England by an ocean and language develops over time. Obviously, differently in different places as well.

You say "United States is the one playing with language" as if the United States is one person. What are you going to do, force everyone to use British terms or something? I don't get why so many British people I see on the internet are butthurt about American English being somewhat different from their own. Why do you even care?
User avatar #40 to #39 - fortehlulzing (08/25/2013) [-]
Oh no, I'm not saying that just because one butthurt Englishman is throwing a fit, I'm going to start calling those biscuits. Those are ************* cookies. At least to me. And yeah, I know it's not exactly the same. Honestly, I supposed nobody has the language right anymore...although, I can proudly say that us Minnesotans speak with the most dictionary proper diction.
User avatar #51 to #40 - VLG (08/25/2013) [-]
OP got mad and downvoted everyone lol
User avatar #52 to #51 - fortehlulzing (08/25/2013) [-]
That's why we help each other out with a thumb
User avatar #27 to #26 - puresoul (08/25/2013) [-]
i like you
User avatar #31 - banditowolf (08/25/2013) [-]
A cookie is a plain biscuit the has chocolate chips inside it.

Take away the chocolate chips, and the cookie ceases to be a cookie and becomes a biscuit.

This kids biscuits clearly hold no chocolate chips, henceforth, it is a ******* biscuit.
User avatar #58 to #31 - slugnugget (08/25/2013) [-]
Not everyone lives in the US bro.

User avatar #3 - justadude (08/25/2013) [-]
That looks like a cookie to me.
User avatar #4 to #3 - titletaker (08/25/2013) [-]
In the UK, "biscuit" is the word for cookie the same way that they use "chips" to describe fries.
#5 to #3 - mymiddleleg (08/25/2013) [-]
Only Americans say cookie, this is a cookie to us
Only Americans say cookie, this is a cookie to us
#6 to #5 - applescryatnight ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
to us that is also a cookie
we have a broader definition of cookie
we call scones biscuits in some parts of america
and biscuits are sometimes called tea biscuits when more specifically used for tea
which i dont understand why more americans dont drink, tea is a staple in my house.
User avatar #7 to #6 - instakill (08/25/2013) [-]
I personally have tried many kinds of tea and many different methods of making the tea (from using the leaves to teabags and tea bells) and I can say that I have not found a single kind of tea out there that I do like, hell, we even get some from ireland and england since my mom works at an irish import store
User avatar #19 to #7 - localbees (08/25/2013) [-]
They all just taste like hot water with a weird aftertaste to me.
User avatar #28 to #19 - jollybollocks (08/25/2013) [-]
the question is do you add the milk to the tea, or do you add the hot water to the milk?
If you do it wrong you get boiled milk with a hint of tea. if you do it right you get tea.
User avatar #53 to #28 - fauxshores ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
Ive never liked Tea with milk. I just dont see the appeal. I can understand that some would like it, but it just tastes strange to me. I prefer iced tea over hot tea anyways. I think america likes iced tea a lot more in general.
User avatar #96 to #53 - localbees (08/26/2013) [-]
I drank ice tea for a while, because I had to stop drinking soda for XC, and it had caffeine in it.
The few times I've had hot tea, it was either just a tea bag, or like green tea.
#35 to #28 - applescryatnight ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
honestly i never put milk in my tea
ive tried it once or twice and i can see the appeal
but i just cant force myself to drink it that way
most of the teas that i drink probably aren't made for milk either.
User avatar #20 to #19 - vicsix (08/25/2013) [-]
I like southern sweet tea. I can't ******* stand the rest.
User avatar #55 to #6 - mistafishy (08/25/2013) [-]
Tea is a preference thing, I know plenty of people who drink tea where I live...

I hate the taste...
#54 to #5 - brettyht ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
Eat and forget, bud. Just eat and forget.
User avatar #93 to #5 - justadude (08/25/2013) [-]
well then you should have won the war
User avatar #78 to #5 - failtolawl ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
only americans
#36 - anon (08/25/2013) [-]
Am I the only one wondering how he got that cookie/biscuit to fly like that?
User avatar #38 to #36 - imakejewburgers (08/25/2013) [-]
Yes, the comment one inch below yours was not written by anyone. It just appeared on its own, just arrived there for no particular reason. You are, in fact, the only person to ever wonder how he made the cookie move like that.
User avatar #44 to #38 - shinku (08/25/2013) [-]
rude
User avatar #45 to #44 - imakejewburgers (08/25/2013) [-]
Thank you for that revelation.
User avatar #11 - drtennant (08/25/2013) [-]
I kind of want a jammie dodger now
User avatar #1 - ubercookieboy ONLINE (08/24/2013) [-]
What an idiot.

He had 2 biscuits. TWO OF THEM. and he TRIED TO SPLIT THEM.
#15 - anon (08/25/2013) [-]
Thats a ******* cookie!
User avatar #33 - nevruc (08/25/2013) [-]
thanks obama
#9 - anon (08/25/2013) [-]
thats not a biscuit, thats a ******* cookie
User avatar #13 to #9 - connorusinvictus (08/25/2013) [-]
It's a biscuit, bitch. Our language is wrong, our steering wheels are on the wrong side, and "twat" isn't used nearly enough here.
#17 to #9 - anon (08/25/2013) [-]
And I'm guessing it isn't football it's soccer? **** off fag.
User avatar #24 to #17 - VLG (08/25/2013) [-]
Did you know that the brits created the term soccer?
User avatar #10 to #9 - mymiddleleg (08/25/2013) [-]
Only americans call them cookies, they are biscuits
#88 to #10 - anon (08/25/2013) [-]
I am from Europe and you are wrong, sir. 99% they're called cookie(translated of course), we only call those little rectangle-shaped thingies biscuits. Cookie just sounds better. Your argument could also be said that noly Brits call them biscuits.
User avatar #95 to #88 - mymiddleleg (08/26/2013) [-]
so you're from the entire continent? nowhere specific is it just europe?
User avatar #97 to #95 - europe (08/26/2013) [-]
It's more common than you'd think
User avatar #41 - imakejewburgers (08/25/2013) [-]
Holy **** people, can we just agree that American English and British English are not the same ******* language? They started out the same and they, can you ******* guess, changed! Wow, neato ******* burri Who would have ever thought that possible!? A language changing, simply ******* amazing! The way you ******* people argue it's like you think the languages never ******* changed over the course of the centuries they've been in ******* use. Well here's some ******* news for you, they have! I don't see people going around and talking with thee's and thou's all the ******* time! ******* Christ people, how goddamn ignorant can you get.
User avatar #50 to #41 - redrex ONLINE (08/25/2013) [-]
they're the same ******* langauge, a few different words doesnt make it an entire new language, neither does accents, people from different parts of the US have different accents but they all still speak english. hell, why don't we give them all their own language? and what about them english speaking canadians? lets give them their own language because they say eh. no, it's the same ******* language.
User avatar #60 to #41 - senseofpurpose (08/25/2013) [-]
0/10, gtfo
User avatar #42 to #41 - imakejewburgers (08/25/2013) [-]
burrito*
#43 to #41 - ekusas (08/25/2013) [-]
English is english.. Theres no such thing as american... Stop your hate and be nice
User avatar #57 to #41 - slugnugget (08/25/2013) [-]
Dialect is the word you're looking for...
User avatar #49 to #41 - oriolopocholo (08/25/2013) [-]
Do you know what "language" means?
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