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  • *stomach starts wombling*

    March 6, 2011

  • You may be right, amigo - but still it riles me.

    Right now I'm desperately craving a BLT. With avocado! Oh my god.

    March 6, 2011

  • yarb: I am not completely sure (this is why I changed it) but I think it is not that uncommon to call it "on a roll" (this doesn't make it correct, of course!).

    I'm aware this could also be the equivalent of a grocer's apostrophe (the "deli's on"?)

    March 5, 2011

  • But the beef isn't on the weck, it's in the weck. The b, the l and the t are within the roll, not on top of it.

    March 5, 2011

  • See! Droll...

    March 5, 2011

  • "sh** on a shingle" is an old term used by the US military personnel, a dysphemism for creamed chipped beef on toast.

    March 5, 2011

  • "over 3 years ago weck'>on weck bilby said

    Seed rolls from Germany."

    March 5, 2011

  • weck?

    March 5, 2011

  • sh** on a shingle.

    March 5, 2011

  • I think "on a roll" is more standard. Compare "ham on rye", "beef on weck".

    March 5, 2011

  • Beleagured Libyan Tyrant On A Roll: Counter-Attack By Loyalists Forces Attempts To Retake Key Installations.

    March 2, 2011

  • oops...

    March 2, 2011

  • I think yarb's on a roll....

    March 2, 2011

  • Shurely "in a roll"?

    March 2, 2011

  • (moved. Thanks yarbo!)

    March 2, 2011