Re: jäätelötötteröt etc.
|From:||M. Astrand <ysimiss@...>|
|Date:||Monday, December 22, 2003, 16:42|
>Date: Sat, 20 Dec 2003 20:34:21 -0500
>From: Tristan McLeay <zsau@...>
>Subject: Re: Re: jäätelötötteröt etc.
>Oh, a waffle icecream cone? or just any icecream cone?
Any ice cream cone, I suppose. (Suddenly I'm not sure what counts as waffle...
some I've eaten have been closer to edible cardboard.)
>icecream cones even if they're more like cups, like the ones you get from
Aha. Haven't been in a McDonalds for a long time.
>IMD, without the word 'icecream', they don't contain icecream,
>so you go to the supermarket, by icecream and cones, and then combine the
>two to make an icecream cone. In American, though, it seems icecream is
>optional. Because McDonalds uses American English, they're simply called
>cones. (They used to be called '30c cones', until they became 40c and then
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