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    Dessert.


    Pudding makes me think of Yorkshire puddings.


    (Original post by richpanda)
    Only Northern savages say dessert
    False.
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    (Original post by Davalla)
    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.
    haha this!!

    but seriously, its pudding
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    Yep.

    Don't really fancy a 'desert'.
    It would be like a bit dry and sandy for my tastes. Waiter can I have a desert.
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    Pudding can be dessert. Dessert can be pudding. But the two aren't the same thing. Rice pudding is definitely a dessert, not so much Yorkshire pudding.
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    Dessert.

    Never called it pudding. The only time I say the word pudding is for black pudding, never for any kind of dessert
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    'Afters'
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    Dessert, 'pudding' sounds like something a four-year-old might ask for (except the Yorkshire kind I guess). This is the important issue of the day!
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    I'll have dessert AND pudding ta :yum:
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    To me, pudding is a type of dessert
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    Cake.
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    pudding.
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    Pudding if you are English.
    Dessert if you are from other places.
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    (Original post by JBLondon)
    We're having a debate at work.

    Dessert or pudding?
    Vladimir pudding.
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    i would really pick both cos pudding reminds me of school like rice pudding and jam, dessert a bit more cos of a sweet tooth.
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    I don't say either of those. It's always been 'afters' to me.
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    Can't really vote as pudding is a type of dessert, tbh :yy:
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    Growing up, my family always used to call it "afters"
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    I'm all about deserts :yep:

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