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  1. What’s the Difference Between “Sushi” vs. “Sashimi”?

    For anyone who isn’t an adventurous eater, words like sushi, and especially sashimi, might be intimidating. However, these are not only easy words to pronounce (they’re entirely phonetic), but they’re also incredibly specific and therefore difficult to confuse. Both sushi and sashimi are specific kinds of Japanese foods involving raw fish, but we’re going to break them down a little more specifically so that you …

  2. The Many, Many Synonyms English Has For “Drunkards”

    If there’s one thing English has a lot of, it’s slang and colloquial words for people who really—and we do mean really—enjoy their adult beverages. You might even say English is drunk on such words—or, in today’s parlance, “go home, English, you’re drunk.” What’s more, these words reach back to the earliest days of recorded English. Here’s a collection of some of the most colorful …