LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Autor:||Dale Thomas / USA|
|Data:||11/MAI/2014 2:45 AM|
|Assunto:||Consumo de carnes e origem dos nomes|
I'll give the short version of the story. Before reading, make sure you know the names of the meats in my earlier post.
An ESL teacher wanted to teach the names of different meats. She made a huge stew with bits and pieces of at least ten different meats. A student stuck in a spoon, pulled it out a chunk of meat and said, "This is pig meat." The teacher said the student was right but the correct word was "pork". The next kid pulled out another chunk of meat and said, "This tastes like sheep meat." The teacher said he was correct, but the correct name was "mutton". The third kid pulled out a chunk of venison (deer meat) but he said he had no idea what he was tasting. The teacher said she would give him a hint. "It's what your mother calls your dad." Another student yelled out, "Spit it out, Johnny! You are chewing on a piece of a**hole!"
What does a wife call hear husband? "Dear", of course. Well, not all wives.
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