Posted on May 2, 2013 by E.W. Spider
Out of habit, I’m almost always likely to say, “A as in Apple”.
B is pretty much always “Banana”.
C is “Carrot”.
Naturally, all of my ears perk up when I hear what other languages do.
Take a look at Nicole Designs’ fruit and vegetable alphabet.
Gorgeous isn’t it? (Oh, you should see the rest of the site!!)
And no, I wasn’t really thinking, because I immediately galloped off to find out in which language people say, “Q as in…Quapple??”
Oh silly me.
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Posted on April 17, 2012 by E.W. Spider
That’s a Cabbage Slide Whistle!
That’s Amazing Grace!
That’s the same guy who made an avocado ocarina!
That’s the most eyebrow-raising thing I’ve seen all day!
Yep, that’s all I have to say.
[So much to like about him!]
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