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Another comedian enters the cream tea debate

Another comedian enters the cream tea debate

Published by Emma Carton at 9:59am 19th August 2018.

A comedian has waded into the big cream tea debate and she does not do it like Cornwall OR Devon.

In fact, Sarah Millican's take on the best way to eat your scones, jam and cream is pretty hilarious.

She shared a photo on Instagram after sampling our famous delicacy, after a load of recent controversy.


A post shared by Sarah Millican (@thesarahmillican) on

We love to make sure we clear our plates Sarah but dry scones? REALLY?

Her post follows Ant and Dec and Jason Manford's controversial claims that the cream goes first.

The Geordie duo and comedian both got major tickings-off from Dawn French.

She posted 'Taxi for Jason Manford' after he went cream first following a show in Redruth.

We wonder what Dawn will say this time?!


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