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IN THE OLD WEST A MAN ORDERED FRIED POTATOES CUT VERY THIN. WHEN
THE COOK BROUGHT OUT THE POTATOES, THE MAN COMPLAINED THAT THEY
WERE NOT THIN ENOUGH. THE COOK GOT SO MAD THAT HE RETURNED TO THE
KITCHEN AND CUT UP THE POTATOES RAZOR THIN AND FRIED THEM UP.
THE MAN THOUGHT THEY WERE DELICIOUS. THUS THE POTATO CHIP.
|Subject headings:||PROSE NARRATIVE -- Product or activity of man or animal|
Food Drink -- Manner of preparation Process
Food Drink -- Plant food Cereal
"THE COOKIE JAR SONG"
DAD: "MOMMY STOLE A COOKIE FROM THE COOKIE JAR."
MOM: "WHO, ME?"
FAMILY: "YES YOU!"
MOM: "COULDN'T BE!"
FAMILY: "THEN WHO?"
MOM: "DADDY STOLE A COOKIE FROM THE COOKIE JAR!"
DAD: "WHO, ME?"
THIS SONG CAN CONTINUE ON UNTIL THE FAMILY
DECIDES TO STOP SINGING. IT CAN BE STARTED BY
ANY MEMBER, AND IS TOSSED RANDOMLY FROM PERSON TO PERSON
DEPENDING ON THE PREVIOUSLY CHOSEN STEALER'S PREFERENCE.
James Callow Keyword(s): QUESTION AND ANSWER DIALOGUE
|Subject headings:||Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Good humor Jest|
Date learned: 00001960S
In Belgium, 4 meals are considered the standard number. First, there is breakfast. Around noon, the big meal of the day occurs. Everyone closes their businesses or comes home from school between 12-1. Around 3-4 there is a snack of bread and butter and jam or the like. And finally, around 7 everyone partakes of a hot meal.
Data entry tech comment:
Motifs added by TRD
James Callow comment:
Original BN [N222, N222.4, N222.2, N222.6, N222.8] crossed out. Replaced with current classification
|Subject headings:||CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Measure of time Eating For menu, see N222.|