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Libertandonien wrote:why are height and weight not pronounced the same?

The word “height” used to be spelt “highth”, from a combination of “high” and “-th”. It changed its spelling in the 18th century, but without a corresponding chance in pronunciation. The word “weight”, on the other hand, was adapted from “wight”, which was pronounced as /wixt/ when Middle English arose, and later changed its pronunciation during the 16th century to fit the spelling.

Engales and southern ireland wrote:if I was trump and people called me Garfield as an insult, I’d take it as a compliment #garfieldgang

No James A. Garfield 20th president of the United States

Engales and southern ireland and Conaisia

Engales and southern ireland

Libertandonien wrote:why are height and weight not pronounced the same?

there might be a whole generation of altright memes we’ve missed because of that mistake

Bathera wrote:The cat or the President?

Yes

San Guglielmo wrote:I don't understand why organic foods are more expensive than non-organic - considering the cost of chemicals in non-organic foods.

Not how it works
Organic food's biggest downside is that it can't be produced in the same quantities as non-organic food and requires extensive labour because the crops still have to be maintained and protected from insects and disease where pesticides would normally have done the trick

If you're an American you have to pay to get the organic approval sticker on your products which drives up the price even more

THE CHEESE GOD IS HERE

comrades im ganna hit the hay

Laver Island wrote:Not how it works
Organic food's biggest downside is that it can't be produced in the same quantities as non-organic food and requires extensive labour because the crops still have to be maintained and protected from insects and disease where pesticides would normally have done the trick

If you're an American you have to pay to get the organic approval sticker on your products which drives up the price even more

Also scale is important. Large scale operations and large quantities of anything going into production is always cheaper per unit than small-scale acquisitions.

Engales and southern ireland

Laver Island wrote:Not how it works
Organic food's biggest downside is that it can't be produced in the same quantities as non-organic food and requires extensive labour because the crops still have to be maintained and protected from insects and disease where pesticides would normally have done the trick

If you're an American you have to pay to get the organic approval sticker on your products which drives up the price even more

Organic food isn’t exactly always healthy either

Engales and southern ireland wrote:Organic food isn’t exactly always healthy either

You'd consume less pesticide and lower your carbon footprint
It is the better option for you and the planet

Engales and southern ireland wrote:Organic food isn’t exactly always healthy either

Well, butter is basically fat and water; which is not too healthy indeed (and especially so in large quantities), regardless if you buy it from organic or non-organic sources. That's not the point of organic production, though.

Larking wrote:comrades im ganna hit the hay

Good night, fellow existent being

The New Nordic Union wrote:Well, butter is basically fat and water; which is not too healthy indeed (and especially so in large quantities), regardless if you buy it from organic or non-organic sources. That's not the point of organic production, though.

Exactly
Pesticide pollute our drinking water and ruin the soil the crops grow on

And that's excluding the heavy pollution from chemical manufacturing

Laver Island wrote:Exactly
Pesticide pollute our drinking water and ruin the soil the crops grow on

And that's excluding the heavy pollution from chemical manufacturing

Ah but the more we polute the sooner we die

Engales and southern ireland

Girls memes: smart girls are single
Boys memes: https://youtu.be/qLaKbWMMFws

Ugh...fine, I guess you are my little pogchamp

Libertandonien wrote:Ugh...fine, I guess you are my little pogchamp

Then I Make You GO To The Cheese Dimesion

Engales and southern ireland

Engales and southern ireland

Buzzfeed: we will tell what kind of burger you are based on your favorite soda

Vieternozsk

Vieternozsk

Engales and southern ireland wrote:Buzzfeed: we will tell what kind of burger you are based on your favorite soda

Or We will guess your name on what your Starbucks order is

Engales and southern ireland

Laver Island wrote:Not how it works
Organic food's biggest downside is that it can't be produced in the same quantities as non-organic food and requires extensive labour because the crops still have to be maintained and protected from insects and disease where pesticides would normally have done the trick

If you're an American you have to pay to get the organic approval sticker on your products which drives up the price even more

Uh HUH

Engales and southern ireland wrote:He left

sigh

It just isn't the same without Pol-Kali.

Pilipinas and Malaya, The Reunited Yugoslavs, and Engales and southern ireland

Fastelavn er mit navn,
boller vil jeg have.
Hvis jeg ingen boller får,
så laver jeg ballade.

Boller op, boller ned,
boller i min mave.
Hvis jeg ingen boller får,
så laver jeg ballade.

The New Nordic Union, Pilipinas and Malaya, St Scarlett, Rivierenland, and 2 othersVieternozsk, and Engales and southern ireland

Laver Island wrote:Exactly
Pesticide pollute our drinking water and ruin the soil the crops grow on

And that's excluding the heavy pollution from chemical manufacturing

And then the pesticide leaks into our water supply, feminising the population. It's a gay bomb baby, look it up. And I'm not saying that some people don't naturally have homosexual feelings, I'm not even gonna go into it.

And you're like ooooh he hates gay people. WELL I DON'T LIKE THEM PUTTING CHEMICALS IN THE WATER THAT TURN THE FREAKIN FROGS GAY!

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT???? I'M SICK OF BEING GENETICALLY ENGINEERED!!! IT'S NOT FUNNYYYY!!!!!!

slams nonsensical notes on my desk

ARGH ARGH JESUS CRAP!

Laver Island, Pilipinas and Malaya, Libertandonien, and Engales and southern ireland

Vieternozsk

Laver Island wrote:Fastelavn er mit navn,
boller vil jeg have.
Hvis jeg ingen boller får,
så laver jeg ballade.

Boller op, boller ned,
boller i min mave.
Hvis jeg ingen boller får,
så laver jeg ballade.

You have such a Beautiful Language Here is mine

Niše Ahtiyvinih iğ šou ôcošpah
išři řimatři ohvo əhniyv əno išię
Řipatiře matřikôv inpatrima
shishchivok io řo iniofali haəniə

Laver Island and Engales and southern ireland

Republic of Satherland wrote:And then the pesticide leaks into our water supply, feminising the population. It's a gay bomb baby, look it up. And I'm not saying that some people don't naturally have homosexual feelings, I'm not even gonna go into it.

And you're like ooooh he hates gay people. WELL I DON'T LIKE THEM PUTTING CHEMICALS IN THE WATER THAT TURN THE FREAKIN FROGS GAY!

DO YOU UNDERSTAND THAT???? I'M SICK OF BEING GENETICALLY ENGINEERED!!! IT'S NOT FUNNYYYY!!!!!!

slams nonsensical notes on my desk

ARGH ARGH JESUS CRAP!

Atrazine. It is creating virtual eunuchs (not homosexuals) in three-quarters of male frogs studied. One in 10 become female.

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