1.) The past tense verb formation of “Spaff” aka “To Spaff Something”: which means “To do it well.”
2.) To create utter chaos while snacking.
Originated and used by British Youtube Star Jamie Spafford & fellow members of SORTEDFood.
JAMES: “Aww, I Spaffed it.”
JAMIE: “You’ve done it well.”
To not know what to do, panic hard in a kitchen for about ten minutes, accomplish nothing and then proceed to still end up with a favorable outcome.
To come with a lot of problems and no solutions.
Originated and used by British YouTube Stars, Celebrity Chefs and fellow members of SORTEDFood.
JAMES: “I’ve just stood here for six minutes...oh my god I don’t know what to do -I don’t know what to do- I’m freaking out! I’m freaking out! I’m having a Jamie moment. I’m having an actual Jamie moment.”
A way to describe oneself or someone else who has an abundance of knowledge on a topic of nerdy nature.
Generally a lover of quaint things such as quiche and windowsill herbs, uses ‘an understanding of science’ to make food an re creates dishes from their favorite fictional films
A person who gets a glint in their eye when they hear the phrase “are you going to be able to explain that to me?”
They also have their own theme song parodied off a song originally performed by Rick James.
*This Version* Originated and used by British YouTube Star Mike Huttlestone & fellow members of SORTEDfood.
“Do you laugh at maths jokes?”
“If their clever enough”
“Give me an example”
“What’s so tasty about 1.57?”
“It’s half a pie”
“You are a Super-Geek”