- Fig rolls – cakes or biscuits?
Tomatoes are sold as vegetables but they’re fruit.
So are olives, which is what you get when you confuse the horticultural/scientific definition with real life.
Fig rolls are biscuits, sciency customs definitions be damned: cake needs to be cut with a knife, and can’t be dunked.Posted 4 years agoD0NKSubscriberkhaniMember
A fig roll is a biscuit by guilt of association, biscuit isle = biscuit..
May the Great Gods strike down the cakeist heretics!
And blessed be those who see the biscuity light.
You infidel biscuitists will feel the cakey wrath of the enlightened cakeist believers on the day of your biscuity doom..Posted 4 years ago
cup cakes, fairy cakes, fruit buns, french fancies, macaroons etc
Granted my favourite cakes do indeed need to be cut with a knife (or just gnawed at while driving home from a *big* ride) but it’s not a very good RoT
Hmm, a fair point. convert has nearly, er, converted me with his scaling idea – but a normal size jaffa cake is still definitely in the biscuit camp, even if a full size one would be cake. Might have to take a trip to the local supermarket to do a bit of research.Posted 4 years ago
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