Now here are some British food-stuffs that aren’t good.
Oh yes, they might look yummy, especially the pud – (po͝od for anyone not familiar with English slang pronunciation), but be warned, you will be exposing your taste buds to grave disappointment, if not impending nausea, if you break down and try one.
Don’t do it is all the advice I can offer. After that I’m afraid you’re on your own.
Look at that plum pudding trying to dress itself up as something interestingly delicious. It’s definitely interesting, but, you can believe me when I say, not in the good way.
And, those mince pies. I have to make them every year for P, and every year I wonder what on earth would make anyone eat them. Even if I had to to save the world from imminent destruction, I’m sorry, I couldn’t do it. I would just have to phone Captain America instead. Let him eat the darn things.
I know there are some of you out there who love these food abominations, so forgive me for differing, but – yuck, yuck and more yuck.
Even the smell of them …
If you must, you can read about the history of the Christmas Pud –here. But, be warned, it will do nothing to make you think you would even want to be in the same room as one. Especially the kind they ate in the very beginning.
And I thought the one they ate today was bad.
If my disgust at these traditional, so called, food items makes me appear un English, so be it. You can not make me eat them.
No you can’t.
Just happy anything … 🙂