Why are these things called biscuits and gravy?
In the mind of a British person this is what biscuits and gravy looks like:
And speaking of biscuits, how does calling all biscuits cookies work?
Why is your bacon so thin and streaky?
But on the other hand, why are your pancakes so thick?
And pancakes for breakfast? What?
Who is Joe and why is he sloppy?
Why have you ruined the good name of cheese?
Why do you call an aubergine an eggplant?
What even are grits?
Why are you so obsessed with bacon?
And what's up with the recent trend of making everything rainbow coloured?
Why does your chocolate taste kind of vomit-y?
Why do you experiment with deep-frying everything?
Why are you going around calling jam "jelly"?
And why are you calling crisps "chips"?
What the fuck is going on with your portion sizes?
And sweet potato and marshmallows? What?