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    We're having a debate at work.

    Dessert or pudding?
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    Pudding
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    pudding always
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    I've always said dessert.
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    Pudding at home
    Dessert at a restraunt.
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    Pudding at home
    Dessert at a restraunt.
    Ooooohhh interesting
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    I don't recall ever saying either of those in a serious manner. I've never gone into a restaurant and asked 'may I have your pudding list please my good waiter?'.

    Sometimes I wish thug life didn't choose me.
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    Breakfast.
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    Dessert - but I usually say 'afters'
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    I call it dessert now but when I was younger I used to call it "afters". I'd be like "what's for afters mum?"


    (Original post by Amellia123)
    Dessert - but I usually say 'afters'
    Ahhh yes! It's not just me then!
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    I say 'dessert'.

    Like most people.

    Feel awkward saying 'pudding'.
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    Pudding
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    If I'm out at a restaurant desert if I'm at home pudding.
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    Only Northern savages say dessert
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    I say 'dessert'.

    Like most people.

    Feel awkward saying 'pudding'.

    ha good point it not desert its dessert isn't it?
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    (Original post by richpanda)
    Only Northern savages say dessert



    I always think of posh families who talk in baby voices when I hear the word 'pudding'.

    I'm a Southerner btw.
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    I never say pudding, if I hear pudding I think of black pudding.
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    ha good point it not desert its dessert isn't it?

    Yep.

    Don't really fancy a 'desert'.
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    (Original post by richpanda)
    Only Northern savages say dessert
    I'm from the north and I say dessert and my friend says pudding
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Yep.

    Don't really fancy a 'desert'.
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