An oggie is a Cornish Pasty. Originally these were eaten by miners in Cornwall, a county in the extreme southwest of England. Basically it is pastry wrapped around a filling. Originally the filling was savory at one end and sweet at the other. Oggies nowadays are usually savory and have potatoes, vegetables, and meat inside but there are many varieties.
The really cool thing about Oggies is that you can eat them one handed without making a mess and there is nothing to throw away after because you eat it all.
You can eat them hot or cold.
Tiddy Oggies is another name for the Oggie but mostly just potatoes and/or vegetables.
So Oggies are nothing at all like women.
Charles: You know, Cecile old gel, whenever I visit Bodmin I always like to grab an oggie.
Cecile: Woy don't ee like to grab I, then?
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