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#3
Accidents have included people poking themselves in the eye with a biscuit, falling off a chair while reaching for the tin, sustaining burns after dunking a biscuit in scalding tea, and being hit by fragments flying through the air.






What the? How do you people eat biscuts?? "Dum di di dum I'm just going to insert this biscuit into my mouth no- AAAH MY EYE!!"
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Last edited by Kensai at Sep 9, 2009,
#5
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#8
That article is factually incorrect, it includes jaffa cakes on the list of biscuits, when they are clearly cakes and not biscuits.
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#9
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What the? How do you people eat biscuts?? "Dum di di dum I'm just going to insert this biscuit into my mouth no- AAAH MY EYE!!"
Fucking LOL'd.
#10
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wat

#11
One unlucky person ended up stuck in wet concrete after wading in to pick up a stray biscuit.




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It says a company commissioned the study...

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#12
Jaffa cakes are awesome. I'm incredibly clumsy and if I haven't injured myself until now, then I doubt I ever will.
#14
Quote by CoreysMonster
why can't you name them cookies like everyone else?!?


Why doesn't everyone else use the proper word for biscuits?
#15
Quote by CoreysMonster
why can't you name them cookies like everyone else?!?

Because we're not gay.
#16
One unlucky person ended up stuck in wet concrete after wading in to pick up a stray biscuit.


Winning thread! How do these people do it?
#17
"fragments flying through the air"?

I think they're getting mixed up with clay pigeon shooting or something.

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wat

#18
Quote by jgbsmith
That article is factually incorrect, it includes jaffa cakes on the list of biscuits, when they are clearly cakes and not biscuits.



the real debate is about jaffa cakes
#19
I can imagine the police being called up, "We have a male, two females, and a suspicious-looking gang of Digestives, over. They are to be described as crumbly and very delicious."
#20
Quote by MightyAl
Because we're not gay.

seriously, scotland needs to distance itself from the english.

why not adapt the more popular term instead of staying with archaic terms enforced by the ENGLISH royal family?
#22
Quote by Jaymz_515
"fragments flying through the air"?

I think they're getting mixed up with clay pigeon shooting or something.

Sounds like something out of a Monty Python sketch, doesn't it?

"Want a biscuit?"
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#23
Quote by CoreysMonster
seriously, scotland needs to distance itself from the english.

why not adapt the more popular term instead of staying with archaic terms enforced by the ENGLISH royal family?
The 'English' Royal family are actually Germans.
Plus, cookies are chewy. Biscuits are crisp.
#25
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Why doesn't everyone else use the proper word for biscuits?



American so-called "biscuits" are pretty much redundant
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#26
Quote by CoreysMonster
why can't you name them cookies like everyone else?!?


Don't even think that evil thought again. They're biscuits.
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#27
Quote by NinjaSlayHuman
It was actually proved in court that it is a cake. McVitie's made a full cake-sized one to prove it.



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#28
Quote by SteveHouse
Sounds like something out of a Monty Python sketch, doesn't it?

"Want a biscuit?"
"Sure, thanks." *crunch*
"CHRIST! My eye!"


I'm imagining someone biting into a Custard Cream and the crumbs exploding out at right-angles, lacerating people across the face and embedding themselves in concrete walls.

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wat

#29
fragments of biscuit in the air? are people really getting so excited that when they pick it up , ending up smashing it to bits because they picked it up with such force? some people like biscuits to much.

Last edited by RosieRamone at Sep 9, 2009,
#30
Quote by MightyAl
The 'English' Royal family are actually Germans.
Plus, cookies are chewy. Biscuits are crisp.

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I THINK NOT


and cookies can be crisp as well!
#31
Quote by CoreysMonster
seriously, scotland needs to distance itself from the english.

why not adapt the more popular term instead of staying with archaic terms enforced by the ENGLISH royal family?

Someone's bitter... Anyway, here we call stuff Biscuits, Cakes AND Cookies, and they're all different, yet translated directly into those words, for example, there is the Chocolate Chip Cookie, and the Tea Biscuit. If indeed the British don't use Cookies, and the U.S.A. residents (political and moral reasons ) don't use Biscuits, something odd is going on...
#32
Quote by CoreysMonster
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I THINK NOT


and cookies can be crisp as well!

So, they renamed themselves Saxe-Coburg before WW1, and then renamed themselves Windsor just so they'd sound extra-patriotic?

Plus, if a 'cookie' is crisp, then it's a f*cking biscuit.
#33
Quote by MightyAl
So, they renamed themselves Saxe-Coburg before WW1, and then renamed themselves Windsor just so they'd sound extra-patriotic?


I...


have nothing else.... and am too lazy to actually research this to prove you right/wrong.
#34
If you call cookies biscuits, what do you call biscuits????!!!!!??!!ONE!!???? (Like the ones you get at Kentucky Fried Chicken or Popeyes)
#36
Quote by CoreysMonster
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I THINK NOT


and cookies can be crisp as well!

They are. They changed their name to Windsor from a German name, and Queen Victoria's husband, Albert, was German, and he had family ties with them.
#38
Quote by CoreysMonster

I...


have nothing else.... and am too lazy to actually research this to prove you right/wrong.

Phil the 'Greek'
Philip was originally a royal prince of Greece and Denmark, and thus a member of the Danish-German House of Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg

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He was the first British monarch of the House of Windsor, which he created from the British branch of the German House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha.
#40
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