Wednesday, July 08, 2009

you say potato....


Maybe the "or" in quotation marks indicates that the option is not different sides, but rather different words for the same thing depending on your dialect. Thanks, Kat.

6 comments:

Pagani said...

Fries (American English) = Chips (British English) so I guess they're telling you that no matter what words you use, you'll get the same thing.

happydaiz said...

I think this actually reads fish 'n' chips....

Anonymous said...

"Or" can be inclusive or exclusive....

Sean said...
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Bridgete said...

Sloppy handwriting aside, there's no way that says fish. It definitely says fries. I'm very good at reading bad handwriting. And consider the context - why on earth would fish 'n' chips be a side dish for chicken salad? An option of fries or chips makes more sense.

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