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Table of Contents:
- Is Biscuits and Gravy good for you?
- What are corn chips called in England?
- Is miffed a bad word?
- What do British people call Doritos?
- What do they call potato chips in England?
- What is tippex called in America?
- What do they call a sandwich in England?
Is Biscuits and Gravy good for you?
Unfortunately, this comforting and heavy breakfast or brunch can quickly knock out your calorie intake for the whole day. Biscuits and gravy are high in calories and saturated fats and low in nutritional benefits.
What are corn chips called in England?
Tortilla chips is the more common term in BrE, with 31,500 UK Google hits--but with 14,500 hits, tortilla crisps has a respectable presence.
Is miffed a bad word?
adjective upset, hurt, annoyed, offended, irritated, put out, hacked (off) (U.S. slang), pissed (U.S. slang), resentful, nettled, aggrieved, vexed, pissed off (taboo slang), displeased, irked, in a huff, piqued, narked (Brit., Austral., & N.Z.
What do British people call Doritos?
Even if they're Sainsbury's Basics lightly salted tortilla chips, people are going to call them Doritos. I personally call them Tortilla Chips, because they aren't crisps.
What do they call potato chips in England?
What is tippex called in America?
It's correction fluid or tape. Wite Out, Liquid Paper & Tipp-Ex are all brand names, though they tend to be used as generic descriptions too, like Hoover is used for vacuum cleaners.
What do they call a sandwich in England?
In England sandwiches are called “sandwiches” and traditionally are made from two slices of bread enclosing a filling. They are called sandwiches after John Montagu, the 4th Earl of Sandwich who in 1762 asked for his meat between two slices of bread so that he didn't need to leave the gaming tables.
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