The Sandwich Alignment Chart

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by Denster » Mon May 15, 2017 12:12 pm

Sausage sandwich and Hot dog are two different things. Hot dog is not a sandwich in the way that a burger is not a sandwich.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by LewisD » Mon May 15, 2017 12:40 pm

Denster wrote:Sausage sandwich and Hot dog are two different things. Hot dog is not a sandwich in the way that a burger is not a sandwich.


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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Rax » Mon May 15, 2017 2:10 pm

Denster wrote:Sausage sandwich and Hot dog are two different things.

Yes sir!

Denster wrote:Hot dog is not a sandwich

Preach Denny, Preach!

Denster wrote:a burger is not a sandwich.

:dread: :fp:

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Denster » Mon May 15, 2017 2:13 pm

Not sure what accent you're attempting there. Appears to be a mixture of Lancastrian and Geordie. :lol:


the Mancunian patois would be "alright, our kid. Sort us out with a quarter poundorrr with cheese"
"No probs, our kid! You want it as your tea or do you just want to scran the burger down your Gregory peck?"

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Karl » Mon May 15, 2017 2:14 pm

:lol: strawberry floating hell.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by LewisD » Mon May 15, 2017 2:55 pm

:lol: strawberry float. Proper lol out loud at that.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Denster » Mon May 15, 2017 3:40 pm

You're welcome.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Denster » Mon May 15, 2017 5:13 pm

Our kid.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Ironhide » Mon May 15, 2017 6:23 pm

'Our kid' is used in Sheffield too.

One of my older cousins actually named her pet goldfish that, a goldfish which I would later be given (I renamed it Fred), it lived for bloody ages too.

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by IAmTheSaladMan » Mon May 15, 2017 6:33 pm

You occasionally hear "our kid" used round my way too or "wor kid" in Newcastle specifically to mean a younger sibling as in " Me and our/wor kid were on the lash last night".

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Denster » Mon May 15, 2017 8:05 pm

It means mate or pal in the republic of Mancunia.

Sometimes you get
hey our kid (to a friend)
Just saying the other day to our kid dave(another mate) that our kid (an Actual sibling) hadn't Seen our kid (you) in ages .

Our kid (sibling) will be proper made up. It's well good to see yaw.

All this is said with a variety of facial expressions that look like the speaker is in pain. You can be so Mancunian it hurts.

That's why they often say "awwwwwww"

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Kezzer » Mon May 15, 2017 9:09 pm

but what about the woolybacks?

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Grumpy David » Mon May 15, 2017 10:31 pm

Butty. :dread: :dread: It's such a stupid word to use as an alternative to a sandwich. It makes me visualise someone eating a sandwich with a slice of arse as a filling. Controversial filling to say the least!

Northern slang in general. :dread: Calling your evening meal "tea" instead of dinner. Makes it sound like your dinner is purely a cup of tea.

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by Alvin Flummux » Mon May 15, 2017 10:36 pm

Grumpy David wrote:Northern slang in general. :dread: Calling your evening meal "tea" instead of dinner. Makes it sound like your dinner is purely a cup of tea.


When you grow up with it, you learn to instinctively tell the two apart.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Rightey » Tue May 16, 2017 6:11 am

Do you people actually eat french fries in between two slices of bread and call that food?! :dread:

I thought the worst fry variety I'd ever seen was when a pizzeria near me had french fries as a topping.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Knoyleo » Tue May 16, 2017 7:06 am

Rightey wrote:Do you people actually eat french fries in between two slices of bread and call that food?! :dread:

I thought the worst fry variety I'd ever seen was when a pizzeria near me had french fries as a topping.

I don't know anyone who uses French fries. They should always be thick, chip shop style chips.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Rightey » Tue May 16, 2017 7:09 am

I thought in the UK, chips = Fries

Also the problem is the same, you are eating fried potato wedged between bread.

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Knoyleo » Tue May 16, 2017 7:20 am

Rightey wrote:I thought in the UK, chips = Fries

Yes, but there are different kinds of chips.

French fries are the super fine ones, like you get in McDonald's. If you want a chip butty, you should use thicker cut chips.
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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Moggy » Tue May 16, 2017 8:10 am

Grumpy David wrote:Butty. :dread: :dread: It's such a stupid word to use as an alternative to a sandwich. It makes me visualise someone eating a sandwich with a slice of arse as a filling. Controversial filling to say the least!

Northern slang in general. :dread: Calling your evening meal "tea" instead of dinner. Makes it sound like your dinner is purely a cup of tea.


According to this, I am northern. :lol: I only use butty for chips between bread or a roll/bap though.

What would you call a chip butty? I always assumed it was a nationwide thing, do some areas call them something else?

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PostRe: The Sandwich Alignment Chart
by Dowbocop » Tue May 16, 2017 8:16 am

I'm from London and I call it a chip butty.


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