The teacake is made out of bread. It is a flat, roughly circular item with a diameter of about 15cm. It has a smooth brown upper surface and a somewhat lighter underside.
If it has currants in it, then it's a currant teacake. When sliced roughly in half and filled with chips it becomes a Chip Buttie.
If you don't agree, you're wrong, but it's not your fault.
If you're a bit dim and you think a teacake is a bap then you're wrong. it's not really your fault. You just need help, that's all. Take this simple test to determine your ability in recognising simple bread and cake products.
This website clearly shows what a teacake is. If you're a bit wierd and have a different view, perhaps you should state your case in the teacake debate forum. If you're a true teacake believer, join the debate and help others to see the light.