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Why are talent called talent when they have no talent?

Why don't people read the instructions?!   And....   Is it worth spending time writing instructions?  

That.......AND his avatar...

Thanks man. just had a cup of tea and a biscuit which prompted the following:-

 

Why are "digestive" biscuits so hard to digest?

 

Is "digestive" another word for "tastes like cardboard" ?

 

And why does my wife keep buying them?

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Australian digestives must be different to Brittisn ones.

Ours are boring :yawn: and bland. No taste at all really.

They are always the ones left at the bottom of the bickie jar.

 

Anyone know why they are called digestives?

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Why is it called "ham" when it's made of pork?

 

Ham is a cut of pork, and it should be labelled "sliced ham" when you buy it. ;)

What......Like a pork cutlet, pork roast, pork loin, pork tenderloin, pork brisket, pork belly, pork ribs, or pork chop.........??

 

Makes perfect sense to call it....... ham... :confused:

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Why is it called "ham" when it's made of pork?

 

Ham is a cut of pork, and it should be labelled "sliced ham" when you buy it. ;)

What......Like a pork cutlet, pork roast, pork loin, pork tenderloin, pork brisket, pork belly, pork ribs, or pork chop.........??

 

Makes perfect sense to call it....... ham... :confused:

 

You can also get beef ham too.

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Wiki says this:

 

Ham is a cut of meat from the thigh of the hind leg of an animal, especially pigs.

 

and this:

 

The word ham is derived from the Old English ham or hom meaning the hollow or bend of the knee.

 

and this:

 

Ham is uncooked preserved pork.

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