Word of the Day





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A Consumer.

Customer = a person or organization that buys goods or services from a store or business.

Consumer = a person who purchases goods and services for personal use.

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Producer/Consumer binary

Consumer has come to align a little too closely with useless eater for my taste… :grin:

I like to eat

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Henry Kissinger thinks you should cut back. :wink:

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Na Just love nut butter

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Eww. :nauseated_face:

Lol we good man. Every one opinion in this forum matters. It just helps us try different options to get these cameras working properly, and all the people that get frustrated is normal. NOTHING personal to you or anyone here

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Same page. :+1:


@peepeep just used a word in a DM to me that I’ve only ever heard someone say in French or Haitian:


I didn’t even know that it was also considered an English word or that any Americans would know what it was. I knew what it meant since it is French, but looked it up to be sure it is English, and apparently it is considered English too!

Props to you on using more complex Frenchy words ol’ buddy. I’m excited to learn that it’s actually a proper English word too. Often I am not sure when a word is also Frenchy sounding because they seem like normal words to me anyway, so I am not sure which ones have been adopted into English or which are words I only know because I learned French & Haitian Kreyol.


Never heard it until today.

Had to use websearch to pronounce. Yeah never going to use that.


Could show up in your dreams now. The subconscious is a rascal. :wink:



Mark Métier (misremembered)
The Moose. The Messiah. :ice_hockey: :ice_skate:

Born near:

In Blackfoot, the name for the site is Estipah-skikikini-kots. According to legend, a young Blackfoot wanted to watch the bison plunge off the cliff from below, but was buried underneath the falling animals. He was later found dead under the pile of carcasses, where he had his head smashed in.[2]

You are simply learning your metier; and believe me, mon cher, an artist in any line without the metier is just a blind man with a stick.

from Project Gutenberg

:man_with_probing_cane: :woman_with_probing_cane: :person_with_white_cane:

This reminds me…I don’t remember the context, probably something to do with School and her English class grades or something, but when my daughter was a preteen, she told my wife and I that she already knew ALL OF ENGLISH, and we busted up laughing so hard. I had to go download that video off my Wyze cams to save it. I had to explain to her that nobody knows all of English, especially when you consider all the archaic words, legalese, scientific and medical words, obsolete words, topic-specific jargon, regional usage, and so many other things. I don’t even know anyone who knows all 171,146 words considered “currently in use” let alone the hundreds of thousands of others. But now I never let her live it down that she already knows all of English. :joy:

Nobody even needs to know “all of English” either. :slight_smile: There would be no point.
But it could be worse. I’m told Arabic has over 12 MILLION words. :exploding_head:

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