In fact, there are a whole lot of words that come from difficult
languages that we should change. These words are
really hard too! Well, I'm here to help. I've taken the liberty of
collecting a few of them and suggesting new names for them so that it
will be easier for all of us:
Parmesan. Mozzarella. Gouda. Brie.
Why do cheeses have such funny names? Henceforth, let us just call
these all "American Cheese."
Heineken, Corona, Guinness. A gal
just wants to have a nice drink after a hard day's work, but then
you're faced with all these difficult-sounding choices at the bar. What
to do? If they're sold in America, they should have American names.
Henceforth, let us just call these "American Beer."
Tortilla. That's a word with a lot of L's in it. And together they make
a Y sound. So tricky! Henceforth, let us call them "American Round Flat
who wants to have pie à la mode? Why do people call it something so
fancy sounding? Really, isn't it just "with American ice cream?"
Chevrolet doesn't sound very American either. Let's just call them all Fords.
know what else is hard? The names on crayons. Sienna. Magenta.
Turquoise. Why do these names need to be so strange and exotic? Let's
just call them all Brown. Cause, you know, everything should revolve