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    From where I'm from, we call these teacakes and will always know it as teacakes.
    If you think otherwise, then you're wrong.

    What do you call it?
    Technically we have no age.
    We only count by how many times we have travelled around the sun.

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    I just call them buns, plain auld buns

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    Are they not just buns?

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    This is a teacake or hotcross bun??

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    In Grand McNally they call you a teacake
    I WAS SENT BY HIM WHO IS CALLED I AM

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    I'm a child of the 60's. Born of free love.
    Paying for it ever since.

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    I have always known a tea cake as a chocolate biscuit with marshmallow inside?? anyone else??

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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileySarah View Post


    This is a teacake or hotcross bun??
    That there are hotcross buns
    Technically we have no age.
    We only count by how many times we have travelled around the sun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Floki View Post
    From where I'm from, we call these teacakes and will always know it as teacakes.
    If you think otherwise, then you're wrong.

    What do you call it?
    I would call them bread rolls myself. Almost like burger buns but not quite the same.

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    I am majorly confused... i have known teacakes and hotcross buns to be named the same... teacakes where i am from are chocolate and what you have just posted is a bread bun???

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