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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by FenderGyrl, Nov 16, 2019.
No. You're not living your best life because you still go to Denny's.
Butty seems to only fit (in my tiny mind) with certain fillings.
Bacon butty, fine.
Fish finger butty, fine.
Ham butty, no, that's a ham sandwich.
Hmmm, fish finger butty with HP sauce.
I think I feel a bit that way when I hear "muso" but it takes quite a bit more than something like that to make me instantly hate another human being.
You might want to look into that.
I'd never heard the term muso before. i just looked it up... and now it's on the list with breakie and sammie!! it might be the worst of them all...
where the hell... and in what context... have you been subjected to this?!
Brits and Aussies use cutsie-isms and I think they get spread on the internet.
They call carburetors 'carbies'.
Pretty sure 'muso' is Aussie or uk.
A hot dog.
SANG-GWEECH. Makeah me a meatahball sanggweech. I'm Italian it's ok. Yo how a about a sangwich ovah heah eh.
"Sandwich" unless it is a Sub...which is short for "Submarine Sandwich". I made a grilled-cheese sandwich for Miz Diane this morning. She would have preferred white-bread but since that is an abomination before Dog, it is Not Allowed.
One of my brother's kids couldn't get the "dw" sound and thus called them "Sanniches", the whole family adopted that and now there is a secret Sannich cult creeping into the language.
Is that an onion rings sammich?
I haven’t read all of the replys here, so maybe it has already been mentioned, but for me, “sangwich” comes from being a long-time Dane Cook fan.
I've never heard a carb called a carbie in all my 65 years.
Aussies call a barbecue a barbie, but that's what living upside down does to you.
And, while we're using 'cute' terms, you Yanks aren't entirely guilt-free in that regard. The proof is right here on this thread
The pinnacle... the chip butty.
Odd Thought Of The Day:
Based on the guy who posted about storming Area 51 as a goof on Facebook, which then went viral...
Based on people posting the story of the Earl of Sandwich...
Suddenly I had an odd thought,
other than the poll in this thread:
What if someone finds out some horrific details about the Earl of Sandwich and starts a movement to eradicate his name from everyday usage?
The Horror. The Horror.
He lived more than 20 years ago. That is more than is required to have him subjected to the "cancel" culture. Don't point this out to anyone under 35.
In the mean time, I believe I'll make a turkey sammitch. Nah. Change that to a fried bologna.
Brown sauce, not tomato...
Cheese 'an Onions is a sammy.
A jam "fold over" is jam butty.
In Canada, I once drove into a HoJo someplace west of Quebec that had "Peabuppy Fold Uppy", but that was about '71 or so.... Krazee Kanuk Kousins
Coping with the way people speak English today has become a real shtruggle.