An inconceivably British description of Cheesesteak in the Economist
Oi bruv give me choppy bits on the ol' italian bap, stand at ease, innit geezer chav
was bappin
lotta people saying cheesesteaks are supposed to come with bell peppers.

trust me, they don't come with peppers. peppers are used to mark bad out-of-town steaks, like a road flare

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