What's the name of the british """"pudding"""" that is a spoon of flour and...

Anthony Evans
Anthony Evans

What's the name of the british """"pudding"""" that is a spoon of flour and water put into hot oil that opens up like a cup for gravy.

Wellington pudding or something? It's not a pudding tho, but it's british AF.

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Asher Turner
Asher Turner

Yorkshire pudding

Michael Reed
Michael Reed

Oily-Boily-Flour-and-Groivy Pudding, m8

Eli Myers
Eli Myers

The dash (—), also called the em dash, is the long horizontal bar, much longer than a hyphen. Few keyboards have a dash, but a word processor can usually produce one in one way or another. If your keyboard can't produce a dash, you will have to resort to a hyphen as a stand-in. In British usage, we use only a single hyphen to represent a dash - like this. American usage, in contrast, uses two consecutive hyphens -- like this (A). Here I must confess that I strongly prefer the American style, since the double hyphen is far more more prominent than a single one and avoids any possibility of ambiguity. If you are writing for publication, you will probably have to use the single hyphen; in other contexts, you should consider using the more vivid double hyphen. In any case, you will be very unlucky if your word processor can't produce a proper dash and save you from worrying about this.

There are two slightly different conventions for using a dash. The more modern one is to put white spaces at both ends of a dash, while the older style uses no white spaces at all, but writes the dash solid next to whatever precedes and follows it. Both conventions are in use, and hence you may see either of the following:

The Serbs want peace — or so they say.
The Serbs want peace—or so they say.
I prefer the first style, since it is much easier on the eye, and I recommend that you adopt this style.

The dash has only one use: a pair of dashes separates a strong interruption from the rest of the sentence. (A strong interruption is one which violently disrupts the flow of the sentence.) Again, note that word `pair': in principle, at least, dashes come in pairs, though sometimes one of them is not written. (Remember that the same thing is true of bracketing commas, which set off weak interruptions.) Here are some examples:

Cooper Rogers
Cooper Rogers

An honest politician — if such a creature exists — would never agree to such a plan.
The destruction of Guernica — and there is no doubt that the destruction was deliberate — horrified the world.
When the Europeans settled in Tasmania, they inflicted genocide — there is no other word for it — upon the indigenous population, who were wiped out in thirty years.
If the strong interruption comes at the end of the sentence, then of course only one dash is used:

In 1453 Sultan Mehmed finally took Constantinople — and the Byzantine Empire disappeared from the map forever.
There was no other way — or was there?
In the case in which the original sentence is never resumed after the interruption, only one dash is used:

John, do you suppose you could — oh, never mind; I'll do it.
This sort of broken sentence is only found in representations of conversation, such as you might find in a novel; it is never appropriate in formal writing.

Finally, in the rare case in which a sentence is broken off abruptly without being completed, a single dash is also used:

General Sedgwick's last words to his worried staff were "Don't worry, boys; they couldn't hit an elephant at this dist—".
Note that, in this case, the dash is written solid next to the unfinished piece-of-a-word which precedes it. (If the sentence merely tails off into silence, we use, not a dash, but a suspension.)

When a dash falls between the end of one line and the beginning of the next, you should try to ensure that the dash is placed at the end of the first line and not at the beginning of the second, if you can. Most word processors will not do this automatically, however, and it will require some fiddling.

That's all there is to know about the dash. Use the dash carefully: overuse of dashes will give your writing a breathless and disjointed appearance. And don't use a dash for any purpose other than setting off a strong interruption: the dash is never used in place of a hyphen, after a colon.

Gabriel Murphy
Gabriel Murphy

lol

Robert Richardson
Robert Richardson

need nudes of the one on the right. to verify if it has tits and a pussy, and vigorously fap to it if it does.

Jayden Howard
Jayden Howard

This.
Good old yorkshire pudding. Also see, toad in the hole.

Jordan Stewart
Jordan Stewart

is there an unedited version of this? Please and thank you, I tried google search and couldnt find it.

Eli Ortiz
Eli Ortiz

what do Bongs call pudding, as in chocolate pudding?

Bentley Roberts
Bentley Roberts

Probably a chocolate mouse, or chocolate dessert.

Dominic Morgan
Dominic Morgan

We generally call all puddings "desserts", as in the 3 course.

Liam Rogers
Liam Rogers

We call those puddings too.

Dylan Bell
Dylan Bell

I can't see an em dash without being reminded of Emily Dickinson, since she was such a nut for it.

Christopher Green
Christopher Green

You mean custard?

Eli Morales
Eli Morales

What about black pudding? That's not a dessert. You see why I'm confused?

Xavier Powell
Xavier Powell

nudes or just sauce sounds good to me

Brody Flores
Brody Flores

Bumping for the goth gf, I bet her mouth tastes like an ashtray that had a mug of black coffee spilt all over it

Josiah Williams
Josiah Williams

No, not really. That's like wondering how cakes can be called cakes just because urinal cakes exist.

Gabriel Morales
Gabriel Morales

Tfw had a bunch of goth gfs that I met at Bar Sinister. Now I'm into blonde girls with rosy cheeks and cute pink lips who like to wear cute dresses.

Christian Hughes
Christian Hughes

Tbh I think I'll never grow out of my goth fetish. Maybe when I'm older I may go for Morticia/Elvira looking women, since they look a tad more normal and more mature but I don't think I'd ever go for a tan blonde girl that dresses all colorful and preppy.

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Jackson Bell
Jackson Bell

I've been dating them since high school. I'm good tbh. Something in my mind just switched on and now I am enamored by the type of women I described. I like cute girly girls now, who are completely submissive and call me daddy like my current gf. I had my fun with goth gfs and I will cherish those memories.

John Flores
John Flores

There’s so much middle ground between goths and preps. You go for goths because they’re basically spooky nerds who you think won’t find your weirdness a turn off.
Having dated a few goth girls, I can say the whole Halloween dress up year round thing gets old after like 3 weeks, and then it’s basically like Count Staceyla is sucking your dick.

David Lopez
David Lopez

word processor
Fucking homosexuals always trying to slip their disgusting gay shit into our convos.

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Xavier James
Xavier James

//boards.4channel.org/his/catalog#s=gay%2F

Jordan Ortiz
Jordan Ortiz

That's probably what happened with me. I didn't care about the big titty instagram tryhard looking girls that people post all the time. I always dated the ones who did the classic goth girl. Those are keepers, especially when they enter milf territory. The rest are whatever. The quirky thing is annoying after a while like you said and a lot of them tend to have such awful qualities to them.

Liam Bailey
Liam Bailey

British pudding is never really pudding