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pastie

(ˈpeɪstɪ)
n
(Clothing & Fashion) US a decorative cover for a nipple, chiefly worn by dancers and strippers
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There's now a local pastie makers guild, an international pasty festival every October and the world's only pastie museum .
The traditional Cornish pastie or pastry filled with ground beef, carrots, potatoes and peas, provides one more comforting $8 entree bargain here.
While the PM may have ditched the infamous pastie tax, he's left the humble toastie at the mercy of the VAT man.
His nearest rival bowed out after 31 pasties, leaving Pete to devour his 32nd pastie to win first prize and set a new British record.
Doubtless one or two folk thought their pastie was much improved/worse than ever (delete as appropriate), but no-one ever said: 'Some bloody idiot has contaminated my pastie.
I agree with others here about kids going to pastie shops.
The mega-rich London club, owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, charges fans the equivalent of pounds 9 for a pastie.
The mega-rich London club, owned by Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich, charges fans an extraordinary pounds 6 for a pastie.
KON lasted an astounding 60 MINUTES of his debut before the close attentions of his marker, Traditional Pastie (6ins), led his new manager to take him off before he succumbed to another injury.
POLDARK star Aidan Turner does not see himself as a sex symbol - but admits topless scenes made him cut down on Cornish pasties.
to see if I would consider donating our pasties for use on stage as props during the show.
Cornish pasties have had people licking their lips for centuries.