Which is it?

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How do you say it/spell it?

  1. Baloney

  2. Bolonga

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  1. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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  2. Midnyte_Sun Medianoche de Sol

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    Baloney, and only Baloney
     
  3. Immortalfire In the pale moonlight

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    I usually did the same growing up. The first time I saw BOLOGNA on the packaging, I was all WTF
     
  4. SuperFerret King of the Urban Jungle

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    You uneducated heathens. Because of you, both ways are accepted.
     
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    I've heard of it on TV, but I don't think I've ever seen it in England. What's it made of?
     
  6. Pink Ranger The North Remembers

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    The leftover baloney that didn't sell from the year before.
     
  7. Midnyte_Sun Medianoche de Sol

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    Salt, chemicals, and some meat bits that you can't sell as a whole. They kinda taste like hot dogs.
     
  8. Drizzle Yesferatu

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    I spell it "bologna" but I pronounce it "baloney". Speaking of which, I haven't had it in years.
     
  9. Marvolo Registered

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    It's spelled bologna, but I pronounce it baloney. The sausage is named after the Italian city Bologna.
     
  10. Piper Maru Guest

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    Fried bologna is the best!
     
  11. Badger Side-Kick my Ass!

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    This. All though I didn't know about the Italian city part.
     
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    As far as spelling goes Bologna is the lunchmeat,Baloney is when some one is full of BS.But it's usually pronounced "baloney" in both cases.
     
  14. Baramos Registered

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    qft
     
  15. Sawyer High King

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    It's pronounced "vagina". :o
     
  16. TheAQU4M4N K1NG Of ATL4NTiS!

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    I alway thought it was bologoni ever since I was a kid.
     
  17. Ponyboy Serenity now!

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    Bologna if it's the meat-product, baloney for the figure of speech.

    I'm quite baffled by that pic in the first post. You'd think that stuff was only meat in town with the way they've stocked up on it. Never was a fan of the stuff myself.
     
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    This.
     

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