^ sleeping like a baby :D
^ sleeping like a baby :D
^ is making me a dinner
^ is already in dinner mood
^ is wearing a multicoloured scarf of some kind today :agree:
^ is very wrong. Much too hot here …
^ is apparently as warm as I am.
^ Very true indeed
^ is welcoming summer weather by creating a brand new collection of scarfs for her store (summer inspired, of course)
@ php: hope you like gazpacho and Spanish omelet, because that's all I have I am afraid :D
^ bring it on! I'm not picky, anything is good for me. :D
^ an un-picky grazer
I don't know about the rest of you, but I'd rather eat at ^ than at molona's any day.
Have you seen Datura's cooking!?! :eek:
^ doesn't know how I cook! :lol: But yes, I guess Datura is better than me even at that :D
pd: I am not a bad cooker, but I am not the greatest
^ should invite me over for lunch one of these days.
That's okay... all I can cook is peanut butter sandwiches.
^ didn't know he eats omlette and soup as well, I thought he likes only knives
^ it's his turn to make me dinner today
Molona, you're just too humble, you're a great cook! :D
BTW, cooker is an appliance while a person who cooks is a cook, or am I daydreaming?
^ does not know that cooker is used in slang. My husbands dad used to say: "mormor is a good cooker". Meaning: mama is a good cook: meaning his wife, my husbands mom.
^ is a bona fide slang dictionary in human (or so one assumes) form.
^ speaks a language I don't understand
I was thinking that might be the case, but jeez that sounds funny :lol:
^ should think it through
drive -- driver, look -- looker, fumble -- fumbler, cook -- cooker
^ has a point
... but, the dictionary says: An appliance or utensil for cooking food. In which case, calling cook a cooker, is the same as calling driver a car. In my mind it's funny. (:
^ dictionary -- fictionary
no, it is the verb. To drive the car, makes you the driver of the car. To cook (verb)with the cooker (often pressure cooker or iron cooker), you are the cooker of the food in the cooker. It is confusing, because it is the same word. If the car would not be a car, but instead a driver, than the driver would drive the driver. Confused still?
^ in dictionary she trusts not
No, it is not confusing. It is funny. (:
^ thinks cooker means a person who cooks
Whoops, ^ is too fast.
I honestly have never heard it in slang, anywhere. One who cooks is a cook, or a chef like in restaurants. But cooker?...I think that would sound funny to anyone.
^ is not familiar with old time Indiana English then. Our dad was a hoot with these kind of expressions, sort of country.
^ thinks that which is spoken by country people is English...it's their own little language :p