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7-04-2011 @ 12:12PM
You say tomato, i say tomat. (Because thats what they're called in Denmark. I guess we ran out of 'O's)
7-04-2011 @ 12:16PM
My parents say Tomartoe (spelling????)
7-04-2011 @ 12:38PM
They're maters down here.
7-04-2011 @ 12:54PM
You pronounce it toe-mate or toe-mat or ta-mat or ta-mate??
7-04-2011 @ 1:13PM
TOH-MAY_TOES. Boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew.Sorry couldn't resist
7-04-2011 @ 1:28PM
Pronounced 'to' (as in toe, but short, without the "soft" ending) and then 'mat', sounding a little like the english 'mad'. To'mad
7-04-2011 @ 2:31PM
7-04-2011 @ 3:08PM
Let's call the whole thing off!http://www.stlyrics.com/songs/f/fredastaire7866/letscallthewholethingoff278669.html
7-04-2011 @ 3:22PM
Its a must...lets call the whole thing offhttp://youtu.be/sQimGPY6Lfo
7-05-2011 @ 9:47AM
Toe-maa-toes FTW!When I went to the 'States someone I know made the mistake of asking for toe-maa-toe sauce instead of ketchup, and they gave him tartar.
7-05-2011 @ 10:59AM
Can i have some Po-Ta-Toes?
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