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Re: Plain English is best English?

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Good day ol' chap. I do encourage the use of propper grammar as much as possible.  Mmm yes... but I don't judge unless it is an obscene wall of text, or I read it and say "what?"


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yes it is.

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I like some butter on mines. We're talking about muffins, right? Homemade-English-Muffins.jpg

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@SinDaFella I like mine with cinnamon!
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I like some butter on mines. We're talking about muffins, right? Homemade-English-Muffins.jpg


That is an English Muffin. Yes, toasted brown and crispy, hot still when butter is put on it so it melts into all those fantastic nooks and cranny's!
A muffin is something else. I would post a picture, but I don't have one I can find in my stash and can't stand any of the pictures on google images, or flickr or from someone else ... to display what a plain muffin really is. I probably have some pics but don't have them tagged well enough to find one. Smiley Happy

 

 

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SinDaFella wrote:

I like some butter on mines. We're talking about muffins, right? 


That is an English Muffin. Yes, toasted brown and crispy, hot still when butter is put on it so it melts into all those fantastic nooks and cranny's!
A muffin is something else. I would post a picture, but I don't have one I can find in my stash and can't stand any of the pictures on google images, or flickr or from someone else ... to display what a plain muffin really is. I probably have some pics but don't have them tagged well enough to find one. Smiley Happy

 

 


I agree. Muffins are a different pastry. Just poking fun with a play on words. Plain English(formal/proper) as opposed to some with butter(slang/vernacular). I enjoy using slang OFTEN. I'm a grown man but it was just a part of how I grew up. 

I refrain from using colloquialisms when having an intelligent or "serious" conversation. "But I'm straight from East Harlem and if you AIN'T feeling me! Then you got Da problem." Smiley Very HappySmiley Wink

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