Monday, April 4

"what is worse a sandwich or a sald?"

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  1. A "sald" is definitely worse because this is the past tense of the irregular noun "salt" and means VERY old, stone-like chunk of salt.

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  2. Nouns don't have past tenses.

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  3. it's an irregular noun

    XD XD

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  4. The word "salt" may function as a verb, as well. For instance, "to salt the wound."

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  5. True, but the poster said "the past tense of the irregular noun" so shaddup.

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  6. it depends on how many people are in your bed right now.
    if there's 3 of you you can do a sandwich,
    with 2 you can still toss some salad,
    if you're alone you'd better hope your dog likes to eat sausage.

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  7. I am in the mood for some sald tonight.

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