Post snack foods that best represent your country.
>jellying eels instead of smoking them
family left to move to the UK, I had to come along, I do enjoy being able to go to Europe and avoid anything North of Manchester here.
no m8 they dont have chicken salt, its a fucking absolute disgrace.
>People look at me like im killing a child when eating dry noodles out of the packet
>I eat ice cream whenever I feel like it regardless of weather, but British people only eat ice cream in warm/hot weather.
>Their pies are really not as good as aussie pies, been here for 10 years and I can attest to the supremacy of aussie pies.
>British people dont like being made to play sports and will often cry if forced to.
>Trudeau will ban those before the year's end, mark my words.
Well, it is current year.
>How does one jelly an eel anyway?
No idea... That sort of unholy magic is only known by Brits, I think. Eels are almost exclusively smoked here. Sometimes fried. Never jellied.
I don't think I've ever seen a 4chan mod MOVE a thread.. Delete, close, archive, sure.. But move??
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Isn't an Alien's favorite snack Cows?
Tayto Crisps is a major Irish crisps and popcorn manufacturer, founded by Joe Murphy in 1954. Tayto invented the first flavoured crisp production process. Tayto crisps are a cultural phenomenon in Ireland, and "Tayto" is sometimes used in Ireland as a metonym for crisps. In November 2010, Tayto opened their own theme park called "Tayto Park" near Ashbourne, County Meath