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Appie 2 month s ago
#42 is wrong. The Chinese had meat between bread a few centuries before.
       
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Pherbia 2 month s ago
Appie, I had to look that up and you're right! Very cool. Thanks, I learned something new today.

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https://www.chicagotribune.com/dining/craving/ct-best-asian-sandwiches-chicago-f
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Elijah 2 month s ago
Appie,

Also, wasn't it his cook that came up with the idea, because Lord Sandwich like to entertain his friends by playing games and found that long meals cut into the fun?
       
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Elisha 2 month s ago
Appie, Yeah and people have been putting meat in between buns for ages.
       
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Eph 2 month s ago
Appie,

Also he was the earl of sandwich. He is only called lord when directly adressed
       
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Jos 2 month s ago
#31 Assuming modern Swedish comes from the Viking language, this is not a surprise.

English and Swedish are from the same language family (western Germanic).
       
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Tal 2 month s ago
#31 - Pretty much any English word that starts with "sk" is from Old Norse.
       
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Karen 2 month s ago
#14, Frankie D'Koolaid's Great, great, great, great, grandfather
       
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Karen 2 month s ago
Hey, my Avatar is a "Karen"
       
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Samson 2 month s ago
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