Bread With Something Between It Is Called?

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by FenderGyrl, Nov 16, 2019.

What do you call bread with something between it?

  1. Sandwich

  2. Sammich

  3. Sangwich

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  1. FenderGyrl

    FenderGyrl Friend of Leo's

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    I was at Dennys.
    Gal behind me ordered a Turkey Sangwich.
    o_O
    I wondered if it had a Sangria Dressing on it?

    Guy across from me asked his gal what kind of Breakfast Sammiches they had?
    :confused:

    I've heard kids ask for a Sammich but never an adult.

    So I'm thinking that its not a regional thing in regard to Sangwich or Sammich?

    What say ye Baddog readers?
    Is this the same thing as how pizza must be cut?
    Is it a lifestyle choice?

    Am I not living my best life because I still eat Sandwiches?
    :D:p:lol:
    FG
     
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  2. blowtorch

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    I refuse to believe that story about how no one ever had the idea to put bread around stuff before the Earl of Sandwich had the brilliant thought to do that

    http://www.foodtimeline.org/foodsandwiches.html

    I am sure vikings did it first
     
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  3. rangercaster

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    Sandwich is correct for me ... Regional dialects may differ ... East Coast NYC area ...
     
  4. getbent

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    i recognize sandwich as proper...
    one of my daughters hates when i say sammiches --so i say it often around her
    my son and i say sangy pretty often, typically in the plural.. lets get some sangies goin on.
     
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  5. Deeve

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    when I'm looking for a Black Eye,
    I holler to Mrs Deeve:
    make me a sandwich!
     
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    A butty.
    Or if you're a bit posh, a sarnie.

    Or if it's on a barm cake, then it's a barm, even if it's on an oven bottom muffin. Unless you're posh, in which case it's a tea cake, or possibly a bap.

    Only burgers go in buns, because they're American, innit? Hot dogs go in finger rolls, even though they're American.
    Otherwise a bun has fruit and icing (frosting).

    20 miles west a barm is a roll.
    20 miles east a barm is a bread cake.

    If you're from Scotland, a butty is a piece, unless it's on a barm, in which case it's a roll.

    I hope that's cleared it up. :)
     
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    "Animal and vegetable matter between two starch planes." Beldar Conehead.
     
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  9. FenderGyrl

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    DAAAAAAANG !!!!!!
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    ;)
     
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    sanga...:D
     
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    We take this kind of thing very seriously.

    A chip barm is a Northern English delicacy.
    Our children are raised on them.

    Chips being big, fat french fries, obviously, although what they've got to do with France I have no idea.

    Some people prefer them cooked in beef dripping.
    Walking into a chippy (Fish and Chip shop) and asking 'Do you keep dripping?' is a perfectly socially acceptable thing to do. ;)
     
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    As a man who was a bachelor for the first 42 years of my life, I'd call it "survival." :lol:
     
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    It is called 1979. That's the year stuff got between Bread and broke up the band.

    Eric
     
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    “Sammich” is said purposefully, to be “cute.”

    “Sangwich” is actually a mispronunciation, often (but not always) made by Latinos.

    The most common pronunciation is not listed here. It drops the D: “san’wich.”
     
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    As a highly accomplished speaker of English, I pronounce the whole word accurately: SAND-wich. The caps indicate a stressed first syllable; I don’t yell the first syllable.

    But sometimes I get all crazy and say sammich, because it’s fun.

    *no elitist douchebag linguistic pedants were harmed in the composition of this message.
     
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    I call my wife "sammich maker", her late father said "sangwich", but we all know its really "sandwich".
     
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    "Sandwich" is the term used here and in NorCal during my lifetime. My ex inlaws from Ohio proudly pronounced things incorrectly to a fault, thinking they were smartasses or something.:rolleyes:

    I rarely use the term and instead I am more specific, i.e.: Reuben, po boy, hoagie, egg salad, peanut butter and jelly, etc.

    If it has white bread, it can only be egg salad or turkey with cranberry sauce triple decker. I've got morals.:D

    Our everyday style favorite is a Costco Kirkland brand salmon patty with sliced onion and Annie's lemon and chives dressing on a hamburger bun. We call it a salmon patty burger. Yeah, thank me later. It is our default fast food meal, because you take the patty right out of the freezer and place it on foil in the oven or BBQ for 30 minutes.:cool:
     
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    All I know is that if I order a Sandwich I get a Sandwich and I pay for a Sandwich so there must be something to it ?
     
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