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My housemate who has spent a good chunk of her life in the US told me about how if Americans say they'll make cookies, more often than not they mean take out a roll of premade cookie dough they bought at the store, cut it into slices and bake it in an oven.

I on the other hand, leaned while living in England that the English looove putting grated cheese on everything. Everything!


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2nd December 2014
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3 years ago #9403444        
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No, I prefer making cookies from scratch and eating the pre-made cookie dough raw.

3 years ago #9416292        
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So, she got all the ingredients out of her boobs


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mesterG

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11 months ago #9724226        
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if it is her mother would that make the regular england her father wouldnt that be incest please make a family tree for satwcomics

1 year ago #9682465        
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Grated cheese is the best cheese

2 years ago #9626773        
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Cheese on cheese cake too? O.o

3 years ago #9463387        
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BAKE the cookie dough?

What a novel idea.

I always understood those were single-serving squeeze tubes.

3 years ago #9435072        
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I make cookies, pastries and meals from scratch. We do like going out but most of the time is spent at home. Of course Christmas baking has us busy for family to enjoy!

8 months ago #9751338        
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Making America grate again

11 months ago #9723674        
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In England we call them biscuits...unless Sister England was trying to make Sister America feel more comfortable by using US vernacular.

Hinoron

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1 year ago #9709855        
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They raised the degree of lazy in recent years.
Now you can buy them in a flat package, pre-cut, and laid out on a cardboard tray covered in foil.
You literally just pull off the plastic packaging and slide what's inside straight into the oven.

She passed years ago, but I can easily picture my (English, ironically ;) ) grandmother shaking her head at me the one time I bought those. :P

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