Author: machjo

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Post time 2004-4-13 18:01:35 |Display all floors

"Silly reasoning"

You mean like the Queen of France (Marie Antionette? )who, when she was told that her subjects wanted BREAD, asked why they did not give them CAKE? Heck! If you can claim that what is "made of milk, flour, nuts (whole & ground), raisinettes, sugar, margarine, yeast & salt." is still BREAD, why can't a similarly convoluted French queen also take CAKE for BREAD? It's a shame that those poor starving French peasants didn't know that HINDLISH-yapping bumpkins can make  "BREAD from water" or from cow DUNG and milk!! Alas! trying to talk sense to a HINDLISH-yapping bumpkin is a waste of time since he will forever be a HINDLISH-yapping bumpkin!!!

KHUDA (or BAGWAN if you prefer) HAFEZ bossel BHAI, and good luck in your cow-DUNG bread gobbling endeavours. I have better things to do with my time!!!

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Post time 2004-4-14 07:44:34 |Display all floors

Showing your mastery of English & history, frato Temico?

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Post time 2004-4-14 19:52:45 |Display all floors

"A fool and his SENSES are soon parted" CONFIRMED!!!

Whether the story is true or not, is irrelevant because I didn't invent it and I am certain that there many other forumites who have read this story/quote too. Anyhow the point in quoting this story, is in the meaning of the word "bread" and what it actually means, bearing in mind that BREAD is the most basic food of the French masses and other Europeans.
Why not ask yourself just one more time, bossel farto BHAI, what kind of BREAD, repeat BREAD, was it that the hungry French peasants ( or the inventor of the story) were referring to?? Was it "made from water"(as you claimed that it could be made from) or was it  "made of milk, flour, nuts (whole & ground), raisinettes, sugar, margarine, yeast & salt." or was it BREAD made of "flour, water and usually yeast" as defined by the "OED" ??

If you still can't see the FALLACY behind  your reasoning, you never will, bossel farto BHAI ! KHUDA HAFEZ !!!

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Post time 2004-4-15 08:18:18 |Display all floors

Back so soon, frato Temico?

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Post time 2004-4-15 20:19:31 |Display all floors

Ha ha ha.......

Re: "...... is just another type of bread (as is cake),"

You mean "cake" is just another type of BREAD, of course, bossel farto BHAI, just like sliced bread, baguette, etc.?? So, if someone goes to a bakery shop and asks for "cake", he can be given BREAD instead, since "cake" is just another type of BREAD!!

In that case, all forumites should beware and bear in mind that if they go to a bakery shop run by HINDLISH-yapping bumpkins and ask for CAKE, they should not be surprised if they are given BREAD instead. One here, has just claimed that CAKE and BREAD are the SAME, just different types!!!

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Post time 2004-4-18 10:15:53 |Display all floors

Oh, frato Temico with the reading disability...

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Post time 2004-4-18 16:26:50 |Display all floors

"you should learn some linguistics"??

Ha ha ha, a HINDLISH-yapping bumpkin yapping about LINGUISTICS when he can't even tell the difference between CAKE and simple BREAD!

Why don't you just go back to your cow DUNG bread-gobbling endeavours and stop yapping nonsense here, farto bhai) !!!

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