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and doesn't use any milk. You'll find that.
and nobody should use milk in an omellette. It's scrambled eggs you can add milk to.
you should add it to the pan with the butter and when it's sufficiently warm/melted/frothy and then add the beaten eggs
look, I don't want to get into a semantic argument, I just want the protein.
change the s to an i and then swap them round.?!
why on earth do people, in speech, 'abbreviate' World Wide Web (3 syllables) to double-u, double-u, double-u (9 syllables)
it's obvious why you do it in text but why do people say this out loud?
you'd just call it the web wouldn't you?
advertising the website
admittedly it's not as common as 10 years ago but it is often done
and expect people to work out which bits to shorten, that would be silly.
man invents thing - world wide web
text is shortened to www
people use the verbally triple-lengthed 'abbreviated' version to denote the thing in speech <---- why? Why not just say World Wide Web from the beginning? If society has to learn a new thing why not learn it efficiently?
All of which is moot because the whole world wide web prefix is redundant anyway
so it makes sense to shorten it to www
when you say it, it now makes sense to say the three letters instead of the full thing because people would be tempted to write out the full thing instead of using the letters.
Don't be Saus sure
APPARENTLY it's called a hypocorism and is a shorter or diminutive form of the word, I guess Jamie is diminutive. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypocorism
that all eggs are chicken foetuses, and the only reason they don't become baby chicks is that they aren't incubated
asking around the pub, this is actually a commonly held opinion
by telling her they're chicken periods. That's better.
with a few insults thrown in for good measure