For tonight, in this one moment, I know what it is to be an Englishman.

For I have cooked, killed and consumed mine own crumpet, and it was good. End transmission...

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kelseymh9 years ago
How can you say that you know what it's like? You haven't had your arse saved from the Nazis by a bunch of bleedin' Yanks, have you?
PKM9 years ago
Good man! Now all you need is a pot of tea, a handlebar moustace and a fading colonial empire (or, as we prefer to say, empah).
bumpus PKM9 years ago
Handlebar Mustache? Not a soul patch?
Sunbanks9 years ago
So you cooked it then killed it? :P I always got crumpets and croutons mixed up....
When I was a kid I always got restrooms and restaurants mixed up. Tourists and terrorists too. Oh, and I really freaked out when I hear that "gorillas" (guerillas) with machineguns had stormed some African city!
I got restrooms and restaurants mixed up too. I remember about a year ago my dad was talking about the terrace club at a baseball game and I misheard him and thought he said terrorist club.
Well, tiddley pum, I eat English muffins all the time. I suppose that makes me more English than you...
Tool Using Animal (author)  Lithium Rain9 years ago
My dear Miss Monk, English muffins are NOT crumpets. English muffins are dry dreadful things suitable only for making toaster oven pizzas, whereas crumpets are a divine chewy cake. Where English muffins have detestable "nooks and crannies", crumpets have pores. Where no one is endeared to English muffins, Crumpet can be used as a term of endearment. BTW I pinched that pic from wiki as mine were too ugly to photograph.
Oh-I thought they were the same. Live and learn. :) Ahaha-English muffin as a term of endearment. :D
I once heard someone mention that when they were in England they were served in a restaurant and asked for "English Muffins" instead of what was served, and the waiter stood straight up and humphed....ALL our muffins are English, Madam

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