Discussion in 'Community' started by duende, May 26, 2020.
But "cheese cottage" sounds more appetizing than "cottage cheese."
i would def eat a cottage, no doubt.
Just as “melonwater” doesn’t seem near as good as “watermelon.”
crem cheese lol
also now i want a bagel
doesn't melon water exist as a thing?
had crem chiz with baggel this morning, tam!
Who cares what you call it, if it's yummy
i wanna rub my face in that
If all food had no names would vegans be a thing?
Asking for a friend.
A cottage made out of cheese would probably be quite unhygenic. Think of how quickly it would mold when exposed to the weather. Let alone the question of whether you’d eat something you had also installed a toilet on top of or rubbed against the back of a refrigerator.
Cottage cheese, on the other hand, just sounds like a smarmy and too-cutely-marketed organic brand that they sell at Whole Foods to appeal to a vague anti-corporate sensibility, in spite of the fact that the parent company itself is probably part of some large industrially farmed agri-business conglomerate.
i really want to answer this but i dont really understand the question
its been bothering me for hours
They'd find a way to exist.
And also tell you about it.
Once you give something a name you give it a soul, and therefore it should not be eaten.