|THA SUGAH RAIN - 2010-04-30 |
|The Townleybomb - 2010-04-30 |
I really hope that this is from the "fuck that chicken" channel....
|ItsAboutTime - 2010-04-30 |
Seriously wondering.. Does she not know what that actually means?
It means "energy, strength", or at least did in 1842 according to the Online Etymology Dictionary.
as a type of music, attested from 1913. Probably ultimately from Creole patois jass "strenuous activity," especially "sexual intercourse" but also used of Congo dances, from jasm (1860) "energy, drive," of African origin (cf. Mandingo jasi, Temne yas), also the source of slang jism.
|charmlessman - 2010-04-30 |
Her internal monologue must have been something like this:
*Oh crap, oh shit, did I just say jism on live TV? Oh no oh no, I'm going to get fired. Ohhhhh no. I just said that.*
|Jet Bin Fever - 2010-04-30 |
"What did you say?"
"Just look on the internet"
How could she have KNOWN?
|godot - 2010-04-30 |
Incidentally, "almond milk" has been used for so long that all existing medieval cookbooks have a recipe for it. "laict damandes" appears frequently in Le Viandier (ca. 1300).
"soy milk", on the other hand, is a rarity before the last century.
|erratic - 2010-04-30 |
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-04-30 |
Milk should only be used if it comes from a cow. Except when it's not, like in the case of coconut milk, which is sometimes referred to in recipes as coconut cum.
|Harold Manchester - 2010-04-30 |
I can't believe she said that. And the way she just keeps up with that shit eating grin. That guy next to her reacts like she instantly transformed into a child molesting leper and has no idea how to proceed.
And his glance at the off-camera producer is one for the ages. My guess is that Silk is one of their sponsors. Or, it's a Fox affiliate, so maybe jism.
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