Why British cuisine still hasn’t caught on

(From "Wow Comics" number 9, 1943.)

14 Responses to Why British cuisine still hasn’t caught on

  1. Dan says:

    Trim Commando Style is a great band name.

  2. Dan Gonzalez says:

    Well if you’re gonna go commando you’d better keep trimmed.

  3. Frevoli says:

    British cuisine is great, and I’ll have you know that food cooked with gangster lard is delicious… makes it more gamey

  4. Me, Myself & I says:

    No wonder they end up with Stonehenge teeth.

  5. Myro says:

    Well, it’s a good thing you’re not in London. It’s hard to keep your trim commando style when you’re eating so much lard.

    MMI (4): I’m

  6. Myro says:

    Errr…MMI (4): I’m regretting that comment.

  7. Me, Myself & I says:

    It’s OK Myro. We are still technically part of the monarchy and the way I see it its kind of like making fun of ourselves.

  8. punkjay says:

    I haven’t seen a British cannibal since Hinebal Leckter

  9. punkjay says:

    Hannibal Lecter, sorry I can’t spell worth a darn!

  10. Nick Hentschel says:

    This image gives a whole new meaning to, “Bangers and Mash.”

  11. Dionne Jinn says:

    Lucky thing I most of the time cook by myself… At least then I know more or less well WHAT am I eating.

  12. Frevoli says:

    @MMI (4) Now I don’t get the thing about British teeth

    – I don’t think ours are significantly worse as a collective than any other nation… personally, mine are excellent

  13. Me, Myself & I says:

    Frevoli (12) British teeth are indeed just fine. My wife in fact is British (well half actually, the other half being German). No teeth problems there. I never even heard the reference till a couple days ago when I noted that if you shrink the new Stonehenge background down a whole lot, it could work for a set of nasty teeth. Incidentally my ex wife was also British; never thought about it before but maybe its a thing with me.

    By the way, fish and chips, good stuff. If I recall correctly we got that cuisine from the British so their taste in food can’t be all that bad can it.

  14. There’s a reason why it’s called “Yankee” not “British” pot roast.