• Biscuit
American biscuit (left) and one variety of
British biscuit (right) the American biscuit is
soft and flaky; whereas British biscuits are
hard and dry
americans are u aware that ur using the word
wrong
man shut up i swearta god with yall lil ugly hard
ass cookies
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    • The British cook like they hate food
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    • the Chad Popeyes biscuit vs food for large dogs
      lmao9966 29 jul
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    • They look like dog treats haha
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    • 1776 was the last time an American cared about a british opinion.
      Kazket 30 jul
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    • Stop calling british biscuits dog treats, Dog Treats actually have flavor, unlike any of the garbage food from england
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    • I’m willing to put aside some cultural differences, BUT I SWEAR TO MY SWEET AMERICAN GOD IF THEY KEEP TRYING TO ACT LIKE THEIR DOG TREATS EVEN HOLD A RESEMBLANCE TO OUR HOLY BREAD WERE GONNA TURN SCOTTLAND INTO AN ISLAND
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    • Why do we allow British “people” to exist?
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    • Gordon Ramsay is the only thing preventing me from believing 100% that British people do NOT know how to fucking cook.
      piss_ 30 jul
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    • All joking aside, the British really do suck at just about everything.
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    • British biscuits look like dog treats
      ThotBoss 30 jul
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    • That’s why we won the war
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    • They eat dogs treats unironically in England? Damn country really gone to the dogs
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    • Ironic how Gordon Ramsay, one of the best chefs, comes from a country where the food is shit
      Asturias 30 jul
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    • The British ravaged the world for hundreds of years, all the while collecting spices, yet use none of them.
      arf1049 30 jul
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    • No wonder why their teeth are so messed up
      btucker24 30 jul
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    • "YoU'rE uSiNg ThE wOrD wRoNg" I'm sorry, WHO won the Revolutionary War?
      USEC 30 jul
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    • The British “biscuits” look more like construction equipment. Try a real biscuit and you’ll never look back, I promise
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    • The British biscuit is literally a dog treat...
      dasandman 30 jul
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    • Perhaps your teeth are messed up because you eatin hard ass dog treats all yo life..?
      FlRE 30 jul
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    • Looks like the shit I gave to my dog
      Tron70 30 jul
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    • That biscuit does look good tho
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    • Yeah, no, I’m from England. Moved to the US. American biscuits are better. Buttery and delicious...
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    • I deadass that was dog food till I read the caption
      Groudon 30 jul
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    • “Biscuit” literally means “twice cooked”
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    • Tf do British call an American biscuit?
      KVGE 30 jul
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    • ObamasSon 30 jul
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    • Imagine unironically being British
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    • That's why their teeth are all fucked up. They spend their time eating cookie flavored bricks.
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    • Man biscuits and that white gravy stuff is just so good
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    • Imagine getting sausage gravy biscuits, only to have sausage gravy over cookies given to you.
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    • Idc what Britain calls their food but if a Brit ever thinks they’re right and Americans are wrong they are retarded and need to get it into their head that they have no opinion. Also America has the best fucking food. Our food is a melting pot of every single cultures food with some minor changes
      B0man33 30 jul
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    • Real talk tho why are they called Bourbon biscuits when they lack the ability to get me pissed out of my skull?
      pepeep 30 jul
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    • Chocolate sandwich biscuits
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    • American Biscuits are called Scones in Britain. They're not even sold warm.
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    • Czise 30 jul
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    • Those literally look like dog treats
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    • Dog cookies
      Skgunnar 31 jul
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    • I’m Mexican so out of not being bias i rather American biscuits. You can even eat them with cheese and eggs and those shits still taste good. Unlike brit biscuits which is just cookies
      De_gato 31 jul
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    • iFunny is the only place where people actively hate the British, our closest ally
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    • Lol british people be like: “oi time to eat our bland and tasteless food with absolutely no flavorings or seasonings, and then rip on americans for not naming things properly like the dollywobble primshrat hahaha”
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    • I still to this day hate anyone who uses u and ur instead OF YOU AND YOU’RE/YOUR
      Pride_ 30 jul
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    • Oi mate its a nice day innit get me some fish and chips
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    • Fun fact, biscuits mean twice baked, and was used to store food for long times on ships, but they were very terrible. Once we got here we still made biscuits, but they didn't need to be preserved as long so they were only baked once.
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    • Eww Br*tish
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    • Nugget biscuit....
      Panie 30 jul
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    • They made the language yet we speak it properly.
      AjaxSoap 30 jul
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    • Fakeass queen, simp country
      DUMPOZER 30 jul
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    • Tonkadwil 30 jul
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    • I'm gonna say it digestive biscuits are fantastic
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    • Bourbon creams slap in coffee though.
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    • We won the war so we get to fix your broken ass language. By the way, fuck u, we don’t need that letter nearly as often.
      codyrk 30 jul
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    • YouChube
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    • Looking at that, objectively, if someone had never had either, they’d take the real biscuit on the left
      poorug 30 jul
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    • "We're having biscuits and gravy" *british man imagines a brown gravy over cookies*.
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    • Nothing like some biscuits & gravy
      _AD_ 30 jul
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    • British biscuits are actually cookies
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    • Fuck the uk
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    • Couldn't have had someone that can write better to represent America?
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    • Gordon Ramsey is keeping the brits on a thin line
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    • What do British people call American biscuits?
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    • IF A BISCUT IS A COOKIE THAN WHAT THE FUCK DO I CALL A BISCUIT BECAUSE IM NOT SAYING SCONE!!!!! -hannibal buress
      Qrrzx888 30 jul
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    • The thing that confuses me is like, do cookies exist to brits? What do they call actual biscuits? Ik the whole "chips and crisps" thing, but buscuits has never been explained to me
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    • kanep0e 31 jul
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    • in italian cookie is biscotto so the american biscuit just seems weird to me lol
      SOPA 31 jul
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    • *laughs in freedom*
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    • Cmon guys dont be so hard on dog treats
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    • I'm gonna commit suicide with Popeyes Biscuits smol_borb
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    • Oi, ye shtewpid blokes, you know ya have te she'll colour wita u roight? Itsh a bit sad innit?
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    • These biscuits AAAHHHH
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    • Bourbon is actually good tho
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    • It's way more complicated than this
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    • Fetch me some tea
      Gone2marZ 30 jul
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    • what do british people call biscuits?
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    • It should be called a cracker worldwide. Chips are thin and flat fried potatoes, fries are fried potato sticks, cookies are soft warm desserts, and biscuits are soft flaky buttery mouth watering well mouth dewatering well you get the idea. Make it happen.
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    • When you are 0-2 you don’t get to decide who’s wrong.
      dalton77 30 jul
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    • England invaded the world looking for spices and decided they liked none of them
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    • Looks like a dog treat.
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    • Dog treats
      Joy_Wells 31 jul
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    • Can we stop dicking around and just take over the UK, not like they can put up much of a fight
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    • Ok here me out...The Holocaust but for the British...
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    • British biscuit cold and hard, American biscuit soft and warm
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    • My guy using “ur” like it’s 2003
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    • Fucking dog treats I wouldn’t feed to a dog
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    • We have biscuits and then we have cookies, we don't use one word to describe another. So shut up before we throw your tea in the ocean
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    • That’s a milk bone bruh y’all crooked teeth mfs dumb as hell.
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    • We use it right, just the kind you speak of, we call "dog biscuits"
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    • DOG biscuit maybe...
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    • Go fix ya teef guvnah
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    • At first I thought it was some sort of dog treat
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    • Imagine being American, the country where they do bright light displays and fireworks for George floyd, a known criminal who once beat and robbed a pregnant women and held a gun to her baby
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