cthulhu77 said:I have attempted to eat british scones that were that hard...
I think you"ll find they were "Special export" scones you tried as our friends have evolved to have a larger & more numerous dentition than the original Anglo-European species. You may find you're perhaps a genetic throwback who still sports ickle native chops comme ça !
Rejoice in your uniqueness & consider every weakness something special of your own ! (free scone to whoever names that song 1st)
Phil, you amaze me ! you've been bathing in Omega 3 again, haven't you !
3m belemnite, sheesh, I thought they were small fry - hence my education speeds forward towards the bright light of ultimate knowledge
Jean, erudite one of the southern hemisphere me too but a shame if so as ceph is way cooler as we all know within these hallowed virtual walls.
Andy, (that Andy ?) you've snapped one already but tanned. Going on the abundantessness of Hildoceras of the Yorkshire area I believe we've solved the mystery in an impresssive short space of time
My huge thanks to all involved, scones included - belemnitic phragmocone it is