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Quillie 3 month s ago
#16 novelle cuisine:

-How did you find the steak?
-By accident, under an onionring.
       
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Stephen 3 month s ago
Quillie,

Did you mean to say 'nouveau'? Perhaps 'novel'? Both mean 'new', with the former in french, while the latter is an adjective often confused with the noun for books.
       
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Norry 3 month s ago
Stephen, Oh, look, out in cyberspace. It's a bird. It's a plane. Nooo, it's Correction Man. shoot shoot shoot
       
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Stephen 3 month s ago
Norry,

Hi Norry, while I appreciate what you are trying to convey, the facts are plain and simple - I did not correct, but rather sought clarification from the author.

The difference, if you are unable to determine such, is that the former makes assumption of the author's intention; while the latter - being the pathway I chose - honour's the author's intention by providing elaboration on the subject while simultaneously seeking clarification.

Not everything is an aggressive act, unless you perceive it as such. Take a deep breath and try to evaluate whether or not you perceive an aggressive act, or if it was an unmistakably aggressive act.
       
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Stephen 3 month s ago
Stephen,

Let me never fall into the vulgar mistake of dreaming that I am persecuted whenever I am contradicted. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
       
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Nessa 3 month s ago
Stephen,

Correction Man strikes again!!

I am sorry Stephen! :D Had to be done. I appreciate your intellect. Norry I liked your comment, too. I just want to add, that in this case it would be "nouvelle", because the kitchen's gender is female in french grammar.
       
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Penie 3 month s ago
Nessa,

Thanks Nessa, TIL how to conjugate nouveau for kitchen in French.

Greatly appreciated.
       
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Quillie 3 month s ago
Stephen,

thanks for
- correcting my grammar in a kind way
- killing the joke in the process
       
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Stella 3 month s ago
#25 Pivot
       
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Claas 3 month s ago
#1 Egg in a basket? Yes. Lots and lots of people still eat that.
       
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Woody 3 month s ago
Claas,
My husband was the first to make one for me and it was amazing.
       
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Maureen 3 month s ago
#13 is a pin, not a tack
       
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Beda 3 month s ago
#1 Egg in a hole is still a frequent quick snack in our home. Most 8 yr olds can make their own.
       
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Roy 3 month s ago
Few things are more fun than pic dump commenters arguing about incorrectly spelled words.

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