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American Woman’s Baffling Pronunciation Of ‘Greggs’ Has Brits In Tears

by : Julia Banim on :
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Brits have been left in tears of laughter after an American woman revealed her almost impressively wrong pronunciation of Greggs via TikTok.

Now, Greggs is somewhat of a British institution and a reliably good shout for a lunchtime treat, and it’s great seeing those from other countries showing such enthusiasm.

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However, never in a million years did I think I’d hear the name of the beloved sausage roll proprietors mispronounced in such a bizarre manner. As somewhat of a pasty connoisseur, I feel like I should be annoyed somehow, but it’s honestly too funny to stay mad.

Check it out below:

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Looking into the camera with complete confidence, TikToker Gabrielle Marcellus gushed about a place she referred to as G.R. Eggs. If she hadn’t been standing outside of a Greggs store at the time, I’d have had honestly no clue as to what she was talking about.

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Describing G.R. Eggs as one of her ‘favourite places to go’, Gabrielle enthused:

If you’re looking for a really great place for breakfast go to this place called G.R. Eggs. They have really good sausage rolls.

However, Gabrielle was interrupted mid-sentence by a perplexed Brit who advised her that the correct pronunciation was in fact Greggs, much to her confusion.

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One commenter joked, ‘ever been to TES co?’, while another laughed ‘If she likes it there, she’ll love St. Arbucks’.

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Julia Banim

Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.

Topics: Food, Greggs, TikTok

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