3 weeks ago 3 weeks ago Fried murder sticks by Staff 3 weeks ago3 weeks ago ADVERTISEMENT Post PaginationPrevious PostPreviousNext PostNext Like it? Share with your friends! 27 27 points Aidan Weiss-Rice I forgot that the Bushmen were known for their donuts Das Puggy Same, but I did remember that their women were known for their bush. Shivers *slow clap* Flingebunt Well they have their own cultural equivalent, which is fried flying ants. BearnieZardoz what’s the basic definition of a donut? and what about dumpling? So that I can go and try to find what’s my culture’s pendant. Cayne donut references some kind of fried food. dumpling references something that is placed inside an edible container. that’s how I looked at it BearnieZardoz We do have something that is mostly (or completely) dough that is fried in fat, but to me a donut is ring shaped, with a hole in it. Otherwise I could agree to that one. And a dumpling to me is something delicate with filling, like Dim Sum or Ravioli. These things are not really connecting to what is written in the post (“frying their dough”), because these things are steamed or cooked. The closest when leaving the “frying” would be Knödel (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kn%C3%B6del). Cayne I guess it just comes down to interpretation. I see it simply and you see it slightly more in detail. I am not sure either one of us is wrong BearnieZardoz Hence my question for defintion. Want to see what other people make out of it all. 🙂 perthaussieguy Why not both? Dumpling doughnut Traditionally dumplings are made from twice the weight of self raising flour to suet, bound together by cold water to form a dough and seasoned with salt and pepper. Why not then put a hole in them and fry them 😉 Johnny Alpha Our (relatively) new stadium (that were was won England Vs Norwegy 3 – 0) had a naming contest, it’s now called ‘Stade Oceane’ … although my offering – ‘Le Beignet Bleu’ won the popular vote … does this help? https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6c34ccf930a85efd89d4ea07e6b0688d6775325aa46aa0fb834a132acde5e4b1.jpg BearnieZardoz Maybe together with a picture of a beignet 😉 The People’s Poet The “sword” is not that difficult of a concept. It is essentially a flat club.