View Poll Results: Can a cheese top bap, not sliced and with no filling be classified as a cheese roll?

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    Cheese roll or not a cheese roll


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    The office is abuzz with yet another controversy.

    Dynamic G is eating what Sainsbury describe as a 'Cheese Top Bap' - you know the thing - a roll/bap with a light topping of melted cheese. The bap has not been sliced and has no filling.

    Dynamic G maintains that this is a cheese roll.

    I, and others, believe that a cheese roll involves slicing a roll in half with cheese (grated or sliced) placed between the two halves of the roll/bap.

    So the question is:

    Can a cheese top bap, not sliced and with no filling be classified as a cheese roll?

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      Of course not. I sometimes devour them, and at no time do i feel like i am eating a cheese roll. A cheesy-topped bap, perhaps.
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      A chease Roll must contain some form of proper cheese in the middle. Personally I prefer grated cheese in a cheese roll

      A cheese top bap is only a cheese roll if it is cut in half and cheese placed in the middle.
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      No way!

      A cheese roll does not become a cheese roll until it has been sliced in half and filled with cheese.

      A cheese top bap is just that, a cheese top bap. If said bap were cut in half and filled with cheese it would then become a cheese rool.

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      This is frankly embarrassing for the Dynamic G, and I expect he will now try to come up with a ridiculous theory to back up his case!
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      what a fool, that ain't no cheese roll.

      Hold on, it's a roll....it has cheese. Damn he's got a point. Now I don't know what to think!

      That's like saying batman isn't a super hero cos he doesn't have any super powers but wait, he's super and he's a hero.

      Dynamic G - I think you've got a case
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      Yo, I am the dynamic to the G and I still maintain that there is no difference between a cheese topped bap and a cheese roll as the ingredients are the same, it's just the way that they are arranged is different.

      If you took a twix bar and moved the caramel from on top of the biscuit to being in the middle of the biscuit would it not still be a twix bar? I think so. Point proved. Case won.

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      Originally posted by Boardy
      This is frankly embarrassing for the Dynamic G, and I expect he will now try to come up with a ridiculous theory to back up his case!
      it's cheese and it's a roll........... cheese roll!!!
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      Originally posted by blagdon
      Yo, I am the dynamic to the G and I still maintain that there is no difference between a cheese topped bap and a cheese roll as the ingredients are the same, it's just the way that they are arranged is different.

      If you took a twix bar and moved the caramel from on top of the biscuit to being in the middle of the biscuit would it not still be a twix bar? I think so. Point proved. Case won.

      The votes suggest otherwise.

      A roll with some cheese sprinkled on top. ;)
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      No it wouldn't be a Twix. They'd call it a Xwit or a Twix 2000.


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