2006-07-08

I like Swedish Fish

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But, in Sweden, do they call Swedish Fish Swedish Fish?

Or do they just call them Fish?

9 comments:

  1. One time while I was ordering pizza on the phone, I asked for Canadian bacon on the pizza and then launched into a while schpeal about how I don't know why Canadian bacon is called "Canadian bacon," and I'm from Canada, so you think I should know. In Canada, Hawaiian pizzas are made with ham and pineapple. None of this "Canadian bacon" stuff. But I think that what Americans call "Canadian bacon" is what we call "back bacon."

    Just a thought. Maybe in Sweden, they call them "gummy fish." It's not beyond the realm of possibility.

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  2. I believe they're called "klibbig fisk". However, I have no idea why I know that.

    French fries are called "frites" in France.

    American cheese is called "American cheese" in the U.S. And it smells bad.

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    Yeah, it's pretty awful stuff.

    But I do like me some Canadian bacon.

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  4. I really dislike swedish fish. but then I am the pickiest man alive.

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    Try licking them then dipping them in salt.

    Walrus--what do you call them in Britain?

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  6. Canadian bacon? I've always called it ham. Weirdness.

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  7. Ohhh. That's what you mean when you say "Fish" in the "say anything" thread. I get it.

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