"Flanagan says he was in a posh Italian restaurant in London and ordered the bruschetta for a starter, and the waiter had the nerve to correct his pronunciation. He had said -sh- for the -sch- part, and of course there were glottal stops where the geminate [t] should have been: [bɹʊˈʃɛʔɐ] is how he said it.
          "Bruschetta, said the waiter; "Not broo-SHET-a: [bruˈsketta]. In our-a language, it is pronounced, [bruˈsketta]."
          And in a flash Flanagan retorted: "Yeah? Well, in our language [English] it's pronounced 'tomatoes on toast'."