Entries Tagged “English”

Funny Foods

1. Mockturtle Soup

The 18th-century version of imitation crab legs. Soup made from calf brains and organ meats to simulate the texture and flavor of turtle. See also English, Turtles.

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Funny Places

2. Whip-ma-whop-ma Gate, York

A street in York which is possibly the shortest street in England. Accordingly, it's often called the shortest street with the longest name. See also English.

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Funny Places

5. Greensplat, England

I would love to live here! See also English.

Added by Nerd7 on October 11, 2015| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Quotes

6. "I would challenge you to a battle of wits, but I see you are unarmed."

So spake William Shakespeare. See also English, Literature.

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Funny Insults

7. Mr. Clever Clogs

A bygone insult for a fast-footed show-off. See also English, Old-Timey.

Added by Brian on January 12, 2014| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Places

8. Blubberhouses, Yorkshire, England

See also English.

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Funny People

9. Eric Pickles

Member of the UK Conservative Party. See also English, Politics.

Added by a Guest on July 8, 2013| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Phrases

10. Damp Squib

English for raining on a parade. Often mispronounced as "Damp Squid". See also English.

Added by MajrPayneNurAss on April 1, 2013| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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