| After doing some research, I found that it was probably a 1970s commercial for a cereal bar called Swisskit. The slogan was something like Risk it for a Swisskit, and I think after running it for a few years it eventually got elevated to Risk it for a biscuit credits.
The original term was simpler, Risk it for Biscuit. I laugh. It’s probably just because nursery rhymes and cookies can be a concept for money.
It’s a slang term when people do risky things. This term is used when a person is about to do something dangerous that could harm themselves, their career, their family, everything they love, etc. They don’t care if they do. Here are some examples.
risk for the cookie. (daily, humorous) Take the opportunity to get a benefit or a reward.
This happened after Mike Tomlin told Ariani that he would try to get him a raise. No risk, no cookies: it’s not just Arian’s training philosophy, it’s the way he lives his life.
Swisskit bar. In the 1970s, advertising for Swisskit chocolate bars had the slogan: Take no chances for a Swisskit. It showed a man rolling down a slope and then (surprise, surprise!) Crash into a tree.
Son of a Cookie
Underage girl who has the potential to get hot when she is older. She is a cookie, of course.
User Information: Awesome_Bastard. Awesome_Bastard 8 years ago # 12. Bread and butter = money. butter my cookies = means to work … usually for money, but you can only kill yourself on scv so you don’t have to pay them later.
Composition. Musically, Biscuit is a pop song where Levan sings about kissing his cookie, which is a euphemism for his ■■■, derived from the southern expression Throw my ■■■ and call me cookie.
A mustache biscuit is a patented arrow rest with synthetic bristles and a hole in the center to completely enclose the pilaxel and keep it in perfect alignment and allow feathers or pike to pass easily, so there is no problem loosening the fletching.
We tend to say this when something is wrong and it scares us.
Not me, but the Urban Dictionary has an entry for when something is scary enough.
Cookies (UK) / Cookie (US)
The word biscuit comes from the Latin bis, which means twice, and coctus, which means cooked. The term was used in England since the 14th century to describe pastry which is baked and then dried to create a hard, flat element that softens over time and becomes delicious when placed in a cup of tea.
Cookie is a term for sweet baked goods, dishes. Cookies are a term used to refer to a wide variety of baked foods, most of which are flour-based. Cookies are generally sweet.