wrongbook

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Re: a shit  •  September 16, 2003, 6:32pm  •  0 vote

It has to do with whether it's treated as a substance or as an object. Most nouns are either one or the other: 'chalk' and 'water' are substances (you can't say 'a chalk' or 'a water'); 'piece' and '

Re: Sweet and Savory  •  September 16, 2003, 6:24pm  •  1 vote

It's weird, but 'sweet' is the opposite of almost every other kind of taste. Bitter - sweet; sour - sweet; salty - sweet.