as in chocolate teapot, a thing of very limited practical use
Ahh...I had NO IDEA that's what it meant to you Brits!!! That's funny!Hope you know I will be depending on you now to do some Brit-American translating for me, okay??? Thanks! ;)
Funny, she doesn't look angry in the picture...
LMFO!!Fanny Batter - learn sumpin' new every day!
Whether it means the bottom in the front or the back - it's still a funny name! That poor woman had cruel, cruel parents. Isn't it hilarious when American tourists wear fanny packs around London? Fanny packs - cracks me up. You put your what in your where???
i know someone who still wears "fanny" packs... but being married to a brit has taught her to call it by a different name. ;)
I learned new terminology today! Thus, making it a successful day... I agree with Melissa, such cruel parents to even name their kid Fanny. lol What a last name though...heheThanks for the laugh!
I always thought Fanny was a nickname for Frances, hence anyone who CHOSE to go by the nickname did so at their own risk....
I have never heard the phrase "Fanny Batter" ha ha ha!! I've heard other just as erm tasteful?! phrases!! Thanks for your comment & email mate. Much appreciated x
Ha Hahhh... my Aunt's nickname was Fanny Organstool I love the british terms!
It's just...funny, it makes me giggle, in the same way someone accidentally breaking wind in the office does - suddenly I'm six years old again.Quite right too Sandra, my Grandmother was called Frances, and we used to call her Nanny Fanny, and thought nothing of it.
Heh... Canadians never could understand why that was so funny. Nor was it easy to explain!
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