Jan 19, 2013
From Paul Noth…
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Category: Food & Drink, Funny
Well, that says it right there. Men know that barbecue is a noun, not a verb. Silly women.
Actually it can be used as both…
Nope. First sense of barbecue is transitive verb, “to roast or broil on a rack or revolving spit over or before a source of heat.” First known use: 1690. Wasn’t used as a noun until 1709.
Well, the bottle with the skull and crossbones may be a hint.
That’s hot sauce. Duh. :-)
The cauldron doesn’t help.
Because outside is not the kitchen.
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