Blog by Sumana Harihareswara, Changeset founder
Tonight, at dinner with Adam, I found myself referring to "the…
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Tonight, at dinner with Adam, I found myself referring to "the cats I work for".
Regular or cherry. Why did "cherry" become the logical alternative to "regular"?.... And in what sense is "regular" a flavor?
Are all "regular" flavors the same flavor? I don't know; I'm reluctant to experiment. I'm just getting used to the notion that "ranch" is a flavor. Can we just take any noun and make it a flavor? Table-flavored snack cookies! Hood-ornament-flavored nighttime cold medicine!