Heh... You know what my Lit teacher told me? We call the animal cow and the meat beef because when William of Orange took over England, he spoke french, so the people who took care of the animal called it the english word, cow, and the people who ate the animal said, "Oh! Boef!" which, in an English accent, is beef. Same with pig and pork. I guess the nobles didn't eat chicken.
Maybe I shouldn't believe everything I hear.
That was totally unrelated, and just brought on by the mention of beef. Sorry.
Oh, and a question. To anyone fascinated by fire, how long has it fascinated you?
I don't care if you're an old fart, because old people are smarter than me.
-Me. (reply in the Alley)
[This message has been edited by Kielo (11-03-2002 11:31 PM).]