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Penny Arcade - Comic - Mouth Crimes Department

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  • Hahnsoo1Hahnsoo1 Make Ready. We Hunt.Registered User regular
    forty wrote: »
    Check out Mr. "I speak to people on a regular basis" over here

    Don't be jealous.

    But I admit that "geoduck" (mentioned by Hahnsoo1) stumped me. How the hell does someone get "gooey-duck" from that spelling? I guess "geographical" is actually pronounced "gooey-graphical"? That's just unfair.
    The shitty pronunciation is not even the worst thing about geoduck. The worst thing is that it looks like a clam with a giant dick. Also I assume it tastes bad. Just a terrible animal in every sense.
    Actually, geoduck trafficking was a problem because it was highly in-demand in China (article from 2012):
    http://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/chinas-demand-for-geoducks-sends-prices-profits-soaring-in-nw/

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  • fortyforty Registered User regular
    Considering all the weird, terrible shit they consider "food" over there, I think you're just validating my point.

  • TychoCelchuuuTychoCelchuuu PIGEON Registered User regular
    edited August 2015
    This just in, people in different cultures have different tastes than you, and this doesn't mean what they eat is "weird, terrible shit" or something other than food.

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  • metroidkillahmetroidkillah Local Bunman Free Country, USARegistered User regular
    edited August 2015
    This just in, people in different cultures have different tastes than you, and this doesn't mean what they eat is "weird, terrible shit" or something other than food.

    This is often true, but sometimes it really is "weird, terrible shit". Take, for example, stinky tofu. Or stinkheads- which are part of my cultural/ethnic heritage, by the way. Or, while we're on the subject of native Alaskan cuisine, muktuk.

    Toasted termites or maggot-ridden cheese, I think I could handle. But some stuff should simply not be eaten if you have a choice.

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  • fortyforty Registered User regular
    This just in, people in different cultures have different tastes than you, and this doesn't mean what they eat is "weird, terrible shit" or something other than food.
    Yes it does.

  • YoungFreyYoungFrey Registered User regular
    This just in, people in different cultures have different tastes than you, and this doesn't mean what they eat is "weird, terrible shit" or something other than food.

    This is often true, but sometimes it really is "weird, terrible shit". Take, for example, stinky tofu. Or stinkheads- which are part of my cultural/ethnic heritage, by the way. Or, while we're on the subject of native Alaskan cuisine, muktuk.

    Toasted termites or maggot-ridden cheese, I think I could handle. But some stuff should simply not be eaten if you have a choice.

    For example: Arby's.

  • GDT1985GDT1985 Registered User regular
    I finally remembered a word that I always pronounced wrong when I read it: awry. Read as Awe-ree

    Even though I new what awry meant I didn't realize how it was spelled, and never put two and two together. For far longer than I care to admit.

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