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18021332 No.18021332 [Reply] [Original]

The french call this ground apple or apple of the earth. What funny names for food do you have in your country?

>> No.18021342
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>>18021332
>potatoes

>> No.18021393

Time for the English to obliterate the French yet again. I mean, the bar is set pretty low.

Pineapple
Faggots
Spotted dick
Button mushrooms
Rocket

>> No.18021413

cock-a-leekie soup

>> No.18021540

Everything foreign is either Indian or Turkish to us.
Cactus fruit? Indian figs.
Tamarind? Indian dates.
Guinea pigs? Indian piglets.
Corn/maiz? Turkish wheat.
Turkey (the bird)?Turkish chicken.
Arrowroot? Indian reed.

>> No.18021547

>>18021332
You'll never guess what "agurk" is without cheating.

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>>18021332

>> No.18021552

>>18021547
A gurke, so cucumber.

>> No.18021570 [DELETED] 

>>18021552
Ok, guess this then. Something you have on a weekly basis: pikhoved

>> No.18021591

>>18021332
Pomegranate is called Garantäpple (Grenade Apple) in swedish

>>18021570
hoves seems similar to huvud(head) IDK what pikmeans but Im guessing penis bc ig that would be funny

>> No.18021593

>>18021332
Erdapfel (ground apple) is used in some parts of Germany too. Most Germans will call it Kartoffel which in itself sounds kind of funny.

>> No.18021652

>>18021540
nutmeg is indian walnut here

>> No.18021661

>>18021652
Persian walnut for us.

>> No.18021669

>>18021547
You Low Germans never cease to amaze me

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>>18021332
In dutch we call this ground apple or apple of the earth

>> No.18023053

>>18021591
Actually "grenade" comes from "pomegranate" because early grenades looked like pomegranates.

>> No.18023085

>>18021332
i fuck the french in their rotten mouths

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>>18021332
Flarn
Flarn is a soft green Minbari food, traditionally served in small cube portions to honor visiting guests.

>> No.18023756

>>18021332
Never forget road apples, that's some good nourishment for yall.

>> No.18023777

>>18021332
We call them papas which can also mean dad or pope

>> No.18023918

>>18023751
>Flarn
lel thats irish for leaky shart.

>> No.18023969

>>18021332
If you watch the movie Tom Brown's School Days, all the kids are crazy for a jacket potato shop. They call the potatoes Murphys.

>> No.18023982

Its important to understand that "apple" was simply the word for any kind of fruit, so potatoes weren't compared with the apples we know today, but simply a non-descript name for a new kind of food.

>> No.18023987

>>18021332
Do real apples not come from the ground? It thought that's how all the non-meat food worked.

>> No.18023988

>>18023987
Apples come from a tree...

>> No.18023995

>>18023988
Apple trees have wide root systems which absorb high amounts of microplastics from water and soil contamination.

>> No.18024003

>>18023995
Have you actually tested an apple to know for sure, or are you just pulling this information out of your ass? Like most people on this board tend to do.

>> No.18024012

>>18024003
No, that's a pretty common fact. Tree fruits and root vegetables are the most common dietary source of microplastics. People freaking out over plastic packaging and containers are the retarded reactionaries.
>inb4 "hurrr, citation needed...!"
It's more genuine when you put in the effort to learn for yourself, but I'm not lying.

>> No.18024023

>>18023918
Thanks, I'll remember that and wrote it down. What other kind of shart is there except for a leaky one?

>> No.18024037

>>18023988
What's the point of having a tree if potatoes can just cut out the middle man and pop out of the ground directly? Apples seem like a waste of time.

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>>18021393
>Pineapple

>> No.18024131

>>18023995
>>18024003
Trees absorb most of the matter they use to grow from the air

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>>18024069
>>18021393
>road apples

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18024146

Golden apple in Italian. From the French pomme d'or, who brought yellow cherry tomatoes to southern Italy as an ornamental plant.

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This is why people should never trust these cult types... Amish Country Road Apples tourists dig it though.
They get all rustic and shit.

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>>18024156
These road apples look like they've run over by a tire or two

>> No.18024162

>>18021332
In Australia we call cooked sausage on bread a "snag sanger" because we're retarded.

>> No.18024177

>>18021342
I'm making fun of potat-ACK

>> No.18024183

>>18023085
>>18021669
>>18023988
Remember the defeat of Franco Prussian War 1870 & May 1940?
Frenchtards btfo

>> No.18024184

>>18024069
>Spanish curiously absent from this list
Hmm I wonder why haha

>> No.18024207

>>18021548
i think the first time i saw this i laughed out loud for like 10 minutes, struggling to breathe.

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>>18021332
>blueberry
It's purple.

>> No.18024382

Turkey (the bird) is called “dinde” in France. It means “From India” (D’Inde).

>> No.18024435

>>18024382
Not that stupid if you consider the turkey came from "west india". I mean the caribbean islands are still called by that name.
Here in Germany we call the turkey Truthahn/Truthuhn because of the noises they make (troot troot) so they translate to troot chicken/rooster/hen.

>> No.18024439

>>18021332
Walnuts and/or Chestnuts are called nigger toes by old people here, at least the non-black ones

>> No.18024448

Bringebær

>> No.18024468

>>18024382
in Sweden it's called "kalkon", apparently picked up from the dutch whom got their version from the name of the city Calicut

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>>18021332
Same for german (Erdapfel) and Polish (Ziemniak/ jabłko ziemne).

Pic related are "fruits of th sea" (Meeresfrüchte).

>> No.18024547

>>18021332
Same for the Dutch aardappel. Aard(e) = ground/earth, appel = apple

Same goes for Jerusalem artichoke (aardpeer), peer = pear

Also a carrot is called a wortel (lit. ''root'') or a peen, which is fun if you pronounce it in English. Black salsifies are called ''schorseneren'' which is apparently a loanword from Spanish 'scorza nera' (black bark)

>> No.18024563

>>18024532
Fishes are no Meeresfrüchte though.

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>hoofdkaas
head cheese, pressed pig or veal head
>boterham
butter ham, a slice of bread
>Jan in de zak
John in the sack, bread with raisins boiled in a towel
>muiletrekker
ugly mug/maw puller, type of very sour candy
>nonnebillen
nun's arses, candy
>wippers
fuckers, type of candy
>lutsepoepe
wiggling butt, type of flan/candy
>poepkes
little arses, candy
>nonnebillen or ouwewijvenvlees
nun's buttocks or meat of old crones: a pink and white foamy candy
>boeretenen
farmer's toes, meringue in chocolate
>negerzoen or negerinnetetten
negro's kiss or negro's tits, creamy egg white covered in chocolate.
>moorkop
Arab's head, an éclair but round
>strozzapreti
a type of pasta, meaning strangle-priests

Pictured: a type of candy called Jodenvet, Jew's fat.

>> No.18024876

>>18021548
lmao wtf is this?

>> No.18025020

>>18024587
May I please have a little candy nuns ass with a slice of bread?
> lutsepoepe nonnebillen n boterham!

>> No.18025022

I know the secret to coming across as knowing German, just look mean and grunt.

>> No.18025440

>>18021332
German too
erdapfel

>> No.18025447

>>18021548
I read this entire ad in Chef John's voice like he's introducing a new recipe for each item.

>with... Ocean Bound Chicken Twins! That's right, today we're taking the birds back to the bay on pepper boats.

>> No.18025758

>>18024184
Ananá

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>>18021547
>cucumber in norwegian is agurk
>cucumber in swedish is gurka

>> No.18025784

>>18025765
its melon, comes from greek.

>> No.18026073

>>18024547
>loanword from spanish
Italian.

>> No.18026085

>>18025784
No. Peponi is melon in Greek. Cucumber is anguri.

>>18025765
In most of Italy, cocomero, an obvious cognate of cucumber, means "watermelon" while cucumber itself is called "cetriolo." In my part of the country, which used to speak Greek regularly and still has strong Greek influence in our dialect of Italian, watermelon is "anguria," cognate with the Greek for cucumber and cucumber is "cocomero." We're a strange fucking country.

>> No.18026094

>>18026085
Ancient greek
> from Byzantine Greek ἀγγούριον (angoúrion, “melon”)

>> No.18026102

>>18026094
That's nice, dear.

>> No.18026106

>>18021332
eastern German people in the Ore Mountains call them the same funnily enough.

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>>18021332
germans call cabbage "kraut" which means german in english
so basically germans eating germans LOL

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I'm gonna say it

>> No.18026120

>>18026112
>N
Noix du brésil?

>> No.18026125

>>18026120
Close. Toes of a frenchmen.

>> No.18026132

>>18026111
please tell me you are pretending to be this retarded

>> No.18026138

>>18023995
Apple root systems aren't wide at all. Most of the shit they absorb is from the air like someone else said.

>> No.18026144

>>18021332
I can't tell whether were talking about actual foods here or the ingredients but I use to think the name "patatas" was sort off funny when I was a kid. Now it justs sounds sort off cute, something you would call a girl with fluffy cheeks.

>> No.18026146

>>18024435
Troot troot? Why do your turkeys have such a ridiculous accent compared to American turkeys

>> No.18026148

>>18024587
Soo what's your obsession with nun ass?

>> No.18026150

"Air" means "water" in Indonesian. Nickelodeon's Avatar is very confusing to Indonesian-Americans.
>the last water bender? but there's a water bender RIGHT FUCKING THERE!

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Welsh people eat morons. Pic related. It's a moron.

>> No.18026402

>>18024162
In the USA we know we can play around with mach 8+ little things and not be seen.

>> No.18026424

>>18024146
Same in polish. Pomidor

>> No.18026428

>>18026166
welsh seems somewhat related to swedish then, this tickles my semi-functional autism
in swedish carrot is morot

>> No.18026521

>>18026428
Maybe they can go after some brussels sprouts

>> No.18026715

>>18026424
That's because Bona Sforza of Italy married Sigismund of Poland and brought cooks with her to Krakow. Ever wonder why you call vegetarian bouillon "Italian?" Now you know.

>>18026428
You should see the Welsh word for 'banana.' Banana in French, Italian, German, Swedish, Russian, Uyghur, Mongolian, Albanian, Greek, Turkish, Irish, Icelandic, Romany etc is always some cognate of 'banana.' But not in Welsh. Not in Welsh.

>> No.18026722

Apples used to taste roughly like potatoes and weren't edible unless cooked prior to centuries of selective breeding. So maks sense.

>> No.18026849

>>18024146
An old English name for tomatoes is 'love apples'

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