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My wife is writing a quiz for her work and it's basically taking a survey of her team about the big questions in life. How do you pronounce scone, do you stand up or sit down to wipe, that kind of thing. But she's running out of ideas beyond "Do you put vinegar on a roast?" (No). 

It occurred to me that never have I seen these questions more thoroughly debated and wrong views exposed like on the UKFF. So I'm hoping you lovely people will be able to provide some help for it. Any ideas of the kind of wrong thinking we might be able to expose? 

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20 minutes ago, Lion_of_the_Midlands said:

Can you buy a kebab from a chip shop? (Yes)

Is a hash brown part of a full English breakfast? (No)

I think to save time in future we can just assume that the opposite of what you say about anything is true.

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30 minutes ago, Lion_of_the_Midlands said:

Is a hash brown part of a full English breakfast? (No)

Changing your question as I disagree with it, is a hash brown necessary for a full English to be a full English? No in the same way that black pudding isn't, but it is a wonderful extra.

How about what is the correct tea/ milk ratio in a cup of tea?

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A hash brown is American. 

1 minute ago, simonworden said:

Changing your question as I disagree with it, is a hash brown necessary for a full English to be a full English? No in the same way that black pudding isn't, but it is a wonderful extra.

I'm guessing they dont put a hash brown on a full Vietnamese, what even is a full Vietnamese?

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5 minutes ago, Lion_of_the_Midlands said:

A hash brown is American. 

I'm guessing they dont put a hash brown on a full Vietnamese, what even is a full Vietnamese?

Actually Vietnam has some decent breakfast options if you avoid the noodle soups. You've got the Banh Mi sandwich which can have pretty much anything in or everything if you get the "special". Or you can Bo Ne which is beef fillet, sausage and pate grilled on a metal skillet with fried onions and served with bread! Bloody lovely actually.

Hash brown is American....got some thinking to do over that one. 

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2 minutes ago, Chest Rockwell said:

Counterpoint - hash browns taste really good and your are wrong about food.

Some people don't think beans belong on a full English, let alone hash browns. I'd have both regardless.

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3 minutes ago, Chest Rockwell said:

Counterpoint - hash browns taste really good and your are wrong about food.

I do not disagree that they taste good, that isn't my argument at all. They taste bloody lovely. They are just not part of a full english. 

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