8 months ago 8 months ago Similar, But Different Dump by Staff 8 months ago8 months ago 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Post PaginationPrevious PostPreviousNext PostNextLike it? Share with your friends! 31 31 points perthaussieguy Back to school snaps Dennisch Downvotesnaps. Cayne blasphemer!!!!!! (only because I disagree) Karen ‘Staff’ have posted some shit lately… but I don’t feel the need to hate on this one. I found it mildly interesting and I learned shit. No LOL, but not depressing in any way. — At least it wasn’t a politisnap. lizziesmama Biscuit https://static01.nyt.com/images/2014/04/03/dining/All-Purpose-Biscuits/All-Purpose-Biscuits-superJumbo.jpg https://www.facebook.com/gdowson/ gdowson That’s clearly a scone. Possibly a cheese one. https://i.ytimg.com/vi/SSXms_OKXYA/maxresdefault.jpg lizziesmama No, a scone is flatter. That’s a biscuit. Ara Raven Tbh, it really would be a scone to a Brit. What we call an English muffin would also probably be a scone. Scone. Tanya Wicht Flat scones!!! Bite your tongue, that would be considered a total fail! I am tempted to google why the US changed the name of biscuits/scones, etc… but I am soooo tired today. Raedwulf No, this is a biscuit. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/1fa5e4ddfe4c09ba5ab9be1caa66680144d2de5f786d68542cc3bd5e91ca954a.png lizziesmama So is this. http://www.hillwoodproducts.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/download.jpeg pgok I think a fun baking show would be to have Americans and British contestants given the name of a food (e.g., biscuits) and told to just go make some. American’s come back with a gravy and sausage covered breakfast, the British come back with crackers. Then they’re told to go make a pudding. Mister_B_Posters The one thing I will say about number 7 is that it’s actually “The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland” Barba_Negra Bananas and plantain are both yellow when ripe http://zoegraves.wordpress.com/ Zoe Isabeau Graves Brits will argue on biscuit Ara Raven The biscuit one is correct as per the worldview of Brits. If it is a crunchy sweet buttery thing, it’s a biscuit. If it is a soft sweet buttery thing, it’s a cookie. Biscuits are also frequently high in fiber and taken with tea to ensure proper digestion. (I may or may not be eating a packet of biscuits with a pot of tea at this very moment…) Aidan Weiss-Rice Actually, many moths are active during the day Das Puggy The sod web-worm, for one. Ryjaxius Well that’s cemented… Err, concreted into my mind. Daemonius https://memegenerator.net/img/instances/64248896/now-thats-a-knife.jpg Mike Rawlins https://maxpull-tlu7l6lqiu.stackpathdns.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/tomato-potato-400×266.jpg Tomato is not a vegetable. Just saying.