What do you call it? (Polls, chat, merriment)

  • Jacket potato
  • Baked potato
  • Other

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  • Couch
  • Sofa
  • Settee
  • Other

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  • Living room
  • Front room
  • Sitting room
  • Other

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  • Tea
  • Dinner
  • Supper
  • Other

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  • Lunch
  • Luncheon
  • Dinner
  • Other

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You do some too please. NO WOODLOUSE CHAT.

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Use tea and lunch but dinner does refer to the midday meal

Think I use all of them sometimes tbh

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  • Sandwich
  • Sarnie
  • Cob or whatever regional variation takes your fancy
  • Other

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how do i know which meal is which for the last two polls?

oh wait i get it

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A cob, or etc, is a different thing to a sandwich, surely.

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How the fuck would I know

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  • Cup of tea
  • A brew
  • Cuppa
  • Something else

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Sandwich is filling between normal bread (innocent bread, etc)

Other things are named by the type of bread - cob, baguette, whatever else you’re using

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Do you know what irks me? When people call it a ‘cuppa tea’. Cuppa is fine as being short for ‘cup of tea’ but ‘cuppa tea’ is just nonsensical.

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was always Sitting Room when i was young but at some point i switched to Living Room and can’t remember when.

So a roll then

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this is just how it sounds when i say ‘cup of tea’

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Concentrated stuff made by robinsons that you dilute with water, usually orange, or apple and blackcurrant
  • Squash
  • Cordial
  • Juice
  • Something else

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always said squash but switched to cordial a year or so ago and life has never been better

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Use living room and ‘inside’ interchangeably

All of the above

I say cup of tea and brew, I reckon a 70/30 split between them. Never cuppa.

  • Breakfast
  • Other

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