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What do you call rolls?

What is it called?   91 votes

  1. 1. What do you call the food stuff shown in the post?

    • Barm Cake
      0
    • Roll
      51
    • Batch
      3
    • Bun
      23
    • Bap
      7
    • Bread Cake
      2
    • Cob
      5

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So someone at work said "barm cake" whe holding a bread roll yesterday, and had to explain herself. So what do you call one of these?

 

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Bun/bap.

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WTF?

 

Get a hold of a Cocker Spaniel, tie this person down on a chair with a potty on his head, then pop his todger between two floury baps, and shout "Dinnertime, Fido!"

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Bun/round bread.

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Normally a roll, but I have been know to call them baps too.....hehehe....nice baps.

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A combination of rolls, buns and baps. If it's a burger I'll call it a bun, if it's got bacon in it I'll call it a bap, if it's just regular other sandwich filler inside I'll call it a roll.

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Roll

 

Batch and Cob are different types of roll.

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A cob or a roll.  However I go by:

 

Cob = Crusty.

Bap = Soft, maybe floury.

Roll = Finger "hotdog" roll.

 

But generally I will call that ^ a roll, even though I should call it a bap.

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I call it roundy food.

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A roll for me. 

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I call them "Petit pain".

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Brochen...

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Bap or Roll - interchangeable.
 
A bun is something like:

 

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that looks like a 'burger roll'.  Unless its alot smaller and found in the bread basket at a restaurant, in that case I call it 'restaurant roll' :p

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Roll / Bun

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Bap or Roll - interchangeable.

 

A bun is something like:

 

fairy_cakes3.jpg

 

 

Dude, that's a cup cake...

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I call them tasty :p

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at the risk of being the odd one out, we call them a "barm" here, to call them a "barm cake" would get you some very strange looks indeed :D

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I call my rolls, rolls.

 

Although I like the word baps. I like calling a women's breasts, baps. If a woman was holding bread rolls, I might say "nice baps".

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it's a "bolle" just for the record :p

 

and no, whatever you're doing, you're not pronouncing it right :p

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In the form that the picture shows, it's a roll.  If you slice it in half and put something between it, then it's a bun.

That's how I see it, at least.

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Dude, that's a cup cake...

I know, I call cup cakes buns.

It's a regional thing.

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I call them tasty :p

Me too. :D

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"Bun" if it's specifically made for hamburgers. "Roll", otherwise.

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