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The "I Saw Something REALLY Weird Today" Thread

D'Snowth

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But why bother saying it if ketcup (catsup) is already known to have been made with the use of tomatoes (tomatos).
Kind of like why do they need to tell us its "fruit punch" when we realize it's supposed to have a fruity taste to it?

Why tell us it's "yellow mustard" when we realize mustard is yellow?

Why do birds? Why do they?
 

wwfpooh

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Snowth, you asked a lot of why questions there.
 

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Why tell us it's "yellow mustard" when we realize mustard is yellow?
Actually French mustard is usualy dark, with a vinigery taste and black seeds. And is Dajon mustard yellow?
 

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Actually...I got a point here. *grasps and weilds pencil*
 
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