Read this all Kernow peasants...

#3
NotmeChief. Very true. The whole business of "regional dishes" and advertising standards (and terminally stupid consumers) has become rather silly.

So someone from Cheshire would be excluded from a Lancashire Hot Pot competition? That, in itself, is interesting in that Mancunians and Liverpudlians would be excluded because they've annexed their pieces of Lancashire for their own.
 
#6
If Devon never claimed the pasty first who's fault is it? The Cornish for saying "snooze you lose!" or the Devon lot being slow lol

Many things were invented by someone else before hand but got paton'd by someone else. Tis life lol

The Cornish moan it's their's the Devon lot are moaning it's their's

They got evidence the other's have evidence lol No evidence saying it wasn't the cornish who took the shopping list over to Devon nor the other way round.

tit for tat lol If it is the case Devon Pasties were first then they had more time to improve it as they taste shite compared to the Cornish Pasty lol
 
#8
NotmeChief said:
tommo said:
The Cornish moan it's their's the Devon lot are moaning it's their's
I'm Deb'm but personally couldn't give a ..... as long as they taste good then I don't care where they come from.
Never fret, as soon they will all be the Polish pasty. As soon as they assimilate them. Then the industry will move to Poland and the oggy will become the "Warsaw Wedge" or maybe the Poznan Pie. 8O 8O 8O
 
#9
Clearly the Cornish have been illegially mislabelling their produce. The so-called Cornish Pasty should properly be called Janner Pie and only made in Jannerland. I also object to the inference that something can only be called Cornish if made in Kernowland. At this rate RN types will have to refer to themselves as Sailors as Matelot will be reserved for the French boaty floaty types, and only Transylvanian vampires will be allowed to call themselves Stokers.

Bram of Spam Land
 
#10
To be fair when companies like Gregg's sell what they call Cornish Pasty and thus does not resemble anything as such and doesn't even have the right ingredients or looks like one it does make me chuckle lol I wouldn't say Illegally, as no doubt the cornish have the rights legally. Be it a Paton or something lol

But the same could said of which other meals are named after counties and made elsewhere, and not called by the place that is making it lol
 

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#11
tommo said:
If Devon never claimed the pasty first who's fault is it? The Cornish for saying "snooze you lose!" or the Devon lot being slow lol

Many things were invented by someone else before hand but got paton'd by someone else. Tis life lol

The Cornish moan it's their's the Devon lot are moaning it's their's

They got evidence the other's have evidence lol No evidence saying it wasn't the cornish who took the shopping list over to Devon nor the other way round.

tit for tat lol If it is the case Devon Pasties were first then they had more time to improve it as they taste shite compared to the Cornish Pasty lol
Tinheads also invented shagging their Sisters, but they don't brag about that, do they... :shock: :wink:
 
#12
sgtpepperband said:
tommo said:
If Devon never claimed the pasty first who's fault is it? The Cornish for saying "snooze you lose!" or the Devon lot being slow lol

Many things were invented by someone else before hand but got paton'd by someone else. Tis life lol

The Cornish moan it's their's the Devon lot are moaning it's their's

They got evidence the other's have evidence lol No evidence saying it wasn't the cornish who took the shopping list over to Devon nor the other way round.

tit for tat lol If it is the case Devon Pasties were first then they had more time to improve it as they taste shite compared to the Cornish Pasty lol
Tinheads also invented shagging their Sisters, but they don't brag about that, do they... :shock: :wink:
They do in St Just lol
 
#13
Looks like sheep shagging will onlybe legal if performed in the Welsh hills by Welshpersons upon Welsh speaking sheep, baaaaaring any accidents.
 
#15
tommo said:
To be fair when companies like Gregg's sell what they call Cornish Pasty and thus does not resemble anything as such and doesn't even have the right ingredients or looks like one it does make me chuckle lol I wouldn't say Illegally, as no doubt the cornish have the rights legally. Be it a Paton or something lol

But the same could said of which other meals are named after counties and made elsewhere, and not called by the place that is making it lol
Fcuk me I am about to agree with Tommo 8O

If it ain't made in Cornwall its shite and even them mass produced things Ginsters are crap, made for export.
What kind of a shag bosun puts Carrots in an oggie?
Its nearly as bad as Oggin in Rum. :cry: :cry:


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