A great English delicacy made with pigs intestines and blood
Eeeeh! I've never seen't black puddens s'black
by Lord Sebastian Cruddington of Warminster de Grouch November 03, 2003
A moist, crumbly sausage containing blood, possibly oatmeal, and other sundry organs, that is usually consumed at breakfast with potato scones and eggs and tastes surprisingly delicious, despite it's ingredients. When dipped in fish batter and combined with chips and curry sauce (the number one condiment in the U.K.), the result becomes pretty goddamn tasty.
Teresa laughed when Tom's black pudding fell down the inside of his pant; no doubt in a vain attempt to bolster his manhood at the breakfast table.
by Biggus Dikkus December 11, 2003