Internet Finds·Posted on Dec 2, 2022People Are Debating What The End Piece Of Bread Is Called, And Now I'm Dying To Know What You Call ItThe correct answer is the butt. 🍞by Jen Shiori AdamsBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink A few days ago on Twitter, I saw a viral tweet from user @NoContextBrits that had me questioning my entire life. No Context Brits @NoContextBrits 04:50 PM - 30 Nov 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Bert Folsom / Alamy Stock Photo / Via Twitter: @nocontextbrits It's a simple question I've always thought there was only one answer to: "What do you call the end piece of bread?" Photo_chaz / Getty Images/iStockphoto The post now has over 96,000 likes, with people from all over the world sounding off in the replies. It was definitely amusing to see what people from different countries called it. One of the most popular replies was "the butt." (I grew up in the US, and this is what I call it.) Zinum @ZinumTheFwoof @NoContextBrits I call it the bread’s butt 05:00 PM - 30 Nov 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @ZinumTheFwoof Another common response was "the heel." Conor ☘️🌹😸😸😸🌈🇪🇺 @conorab75 @NoContextBrits The heel 05:44 PM - 30 Nov 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @conorab75 Many others said they called it the "crust," which I personally find confusing because if that's the case, then what do y'all call the brown outer part of the bread? Aarthi @aarthi74 @NoContextBrits Crust 04:51 PM - 30 Nov 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @aarthi74 Interestingly enough, some people didn't have a name for it. Impossible Joe @Impossible_Joe @NoContextBrits the end piece of bread 04:51 PM - 30 Nov 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @Impossible_Joe Someone from Scotland said they called it an "outsider," which is a bit sad, don't you think? 𝙽𝚒𝚌𝚔 @Uncle_Pigfoot @NoContextBrits In Scotland it's an 'outsider.' 04:52 PM - 30 Nov 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @Uncle_Pigfoot Another person claimed to refer to it as "Dad's piece," and I still can't tell if this was a joke or not. Yves Rocher🇺🇦 @IsoJack @NoContextBrits Dad’s piece. 05:35 PM - 30 Nov 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @IsoJack And finally, someone from Sweden said they called it "skalken," which they say translates to "he who is first to the battle." But according to Google Translate, it means "the shell." figgehn @figgehn @NoContextBrits In my region in Sweden we call int "Skalken", an old norse word meaning "He who is first to the battle" 05:02 PM - 30 Nov 2022 Reply Retweet Favorite Twitter: @figgehn And here I thought "the butt" was a clever name. Now I want to know what you think... Let me know in the comments!