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Discussion in 'History, Travel, and Culture' started by JamieUK92, Apr 15, 2019.
Pie in a barm bro...
LOL, you're being too Northern now. That is ridiculous.
What the fucks a breadcake
Yeah breadcake is fucking ridiculous ignore him wyote he’s not proper English
True... Republic of Yorkshire. Although tbf I literally have 0% English (Anglo-Saxon) genes.
Got you covered brother I can get these out to you if you need a pair:
Also, sorry to re-post, but it's obligatory at this point. The Best Pie Shop in Wigan BY FAR P.S. Are you from Standish, Jamie?
Standish! Why the fuck would I be from Standish?! I told you I’m from St. Helens haha
Oh yeah, sorry. St Helen's like Johnny Vegas?
Birchalls pies in St. Helens are tough to beat. If you ever go to St. Helens (which you most definitley shouldn’t unless absolutely necessary). Get yourself a birchalls pork pie, nuke it in the microwave for a bit and butter yourself a barm. Whack the pie in the barm and be prepared for a mouth orgasm...
Dude I almost edited the title, good thing I read shit. Still don't know wtf a barm or breadcake is though. I'll stick to my rolls thx.
Yeah mate I’ve met him a few times around the town centre.
https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www....ws/pie-heaven-burchalls-st-helens-8739009.amp 175 years of pie making. They know their shit! I obviously don’t since I thought it was spelt birchalls
https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/www....t-helens-nations-suicide-capital-16097571.amp Highest suicide rate in England... doesn’t suprise me
This is seriously intense
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH Lmfaooooooo saaaaame. Another U.K. and U.S. difference... Our U.S. biscuits (aka “southern biscuits”): With sausage gravy: U.K. biscuits are almost the equivalent to cookies in the U.S. Anyways I’m out! Peace!
They ARE NOT biscuits babe!!!! Please don’t do this to me