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. nojazzhere

    nojazzhere Poster Extraordinaire

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    You know I've been watching a lot of shows like Vera and Shetland lately, so I'm really trying to understand the language......but you've set things back a bit. It's a shame, too, 'cause I bet at least SOME of what you described are probably edible.
    Well, I'm off to watch some PBS show from Australia.....they're difficult to understand as well. Maybe I'll make a sammich before it starts. ;)
     
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  2. 4pickupguy

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    ..a drug deal...
     
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    FenderGyrl Friend of Leo's

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    I got axed by our wharsher machine repair guy where the best sammich place is.

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    Whatever you want:)
     
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    Sammie!
     
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    I hate that kinda s*!t. I have a buddy who has to call them 'sangies'. In fact there's a cafe in town here that uses 'sangies' in it's name.....I can actually feel my hands tightening into fists. Don't know why that sort of thing gets to me but it does..... :)
     
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  8. Rustbucket

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    Here in Québec, it is “le sandwich”.
     
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    We have overlooked the Sub, or Submarine here.

    Then theres the bagel of various combinations.
    Personal favorite- Lox, Cream cheese, sometimes tomato. Sometimes a nice slice of onion.

    Whatever you call it, make me one while yer at it please.
     
  10. bgmacaw

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    Bread with something in-between? 70's soft rock, of course...



     
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    The owner of the music store I worked at in the 80's called them "sangwiches" but I just chalked it up to his accent...
     
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    Vikings were too busy raping and murdering helpless British nuns to invent bread.
     
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    I think blowtorch was just referring to how history has shown that the Vikings did a lot of things first, but never got credit.....like discovering the "New World" and building the first Telecasters.
     
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    Unless it's Mexican then it's a taco, burrito etc.....
     
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    The bread-enclosed convenience food known as the "sandwich" is attributed to John Montagu, fourth Earl of Sandwich (1718-1792), a British statesman and notorious profligate and gambler, who is said to be the inventor of this type of food so that he would not have to leave his gaming table to take supper.
     
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    I wanted a sammich but I'd settle for a nice burrito!
     
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    A Mexican sandwich is usually referred to as a torta.
     
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    :lol::lol::lol: I really need to get out more.Thanks for making my day!:)
     
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    haha, I'm not from Australia but I like to say "sanga" as much as possible
     
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