We don't call it fairy floss. We call it candy floss. Get your information right before you meme.
@Albatraous, yup, when it was invented (by two brothers I think) they coined this new product as "fairy floss" so there's that. But yeah no one calls it that.
@Albatraous, we call it fairy floss in Australia, probably why we all got sent to the colonies away from you civilized poms.
@Albatraous, could also be a statement on how north americans view the british.
Here in Scotland we call it candy floss and I can only assume it’s the same down in England and elsewhere
Also they (french) say you have a cat in your throat instead of a frog when talking about having trouble speaking. Or how they say "devenir chèvre" which is "to become a goat" and its supposed to be like saying you've been driven mad by something. And don't get me started on calling children cabbages...
Fairy floss is northern slang and Australian, we brits call it candy floss. We're not that retarded
@DickRockHardJohnson, I'm from the north and I call it candy floss
@Cheese Milk, wierd, my northern friends say fairy floss
Im from Holland, we call it sugar spider... maybe its time to move
I live in Australia and we call it fairy floss...
Hebrew: grandma hairs
@JarManlul, I’m super hopeful that you’re telling the truth
Where did fairy floss come from
And people above the age of 5 call it gross
First of all, how dare you
@Bobb Loblaw, no
@Bobb Loblaw, maybe
@fishlish, hmm. Alright, maybe it is
Cotton Candy Randy. Whisper sweet nothings in my ear daddy
We don’t call it fairy floss!!!! From the UK
Do the French just want everyone to pick on them