Techromancer1's Grillin N Chillin Panini Challenge[Tag Response][Open Tag] [Thanks for watching][Quick N Easy Meals with Chuck] What the *** is a "PANINI?"[ Versus a Grilled Sandwich] In Italy, it is customarily made from a small roll or loaf of bread, typically a ciabatta or a rosetta. The loaf is cut horizontally and filled with salami, ham, cheese, mortadella or other food, and sometimes served hot after having been pressed in a grill. A toasted panino, colloquially called "toast" by Italians, is made out of two vertical slices of pane in cassetta almost invariably filled with prosciutto and a few slices of cheese, grilled in a sandwich press. In Central Italy, there is a popular version of panino which is filled with porchetta, ie slices of roasted pork. It is traditionally served without any kind of sauce or topping. [Panini is the plural form of the word Panino]: The word panino [pa'ni:no] is Italian for "small bread roll"; its plural form is panini. The word is the diminutive form of pane ("bread"). Outside Italy, panini is often used as a singular word (like salami, also an Italian plural noun) and sometimes pluralized as paninis. In Italian, panino refers properly to a bread roll and a panino imbottito (literally "stuffed panino") to a sandwich. A paninoteca is a humorously inflated word for a sandwich bar. Other awesome Grilled Sandwich ideas[Or Paninis!]: Panini's or grilled sandwich, whatever you want to call them, they are good on any type of grittle and George Foreman Grill! Thanks for Watching -Chuck
Re: Nibiru planet X 2012 PROOF of Government conspiracy The Simpsons has been dubbed into the French language twice, once in the Canadian province of Quebec and again in France. In both versions, the show is named Les Simpson, as last names are not pluralized in French. The French audio on the Region 1 DVDs is the Quebec dub. It is one of only a handful of American television shows that have wholly separate versions in Quebec and France, and a number of studies have been made comparing them. In France all the characters speak standard French, with the exception of the ethnic minorities: Apu is given the Indian accent, while Carl, who has no accent in the American version, also speaks inflected French. Kirk Van Houten is given a stereotypical Belgian accent. In the Quebec version only the town élite, such as Principal Skinner and Reverend Lovejoy, speak International French. The Simpson family and most of the townsfolk speak Quebec French with strong Québécois accents. In the Quebec version the ethnic minorities also have accents. Apu speaks in a creole while Carl has the accent of a Black immigrant from Africa or the Caribbean. - wikipedia
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Touhou Danmakufu: Speed Sign ~ Gap Rush (Pluralized) YESSSSS! I've got music from Touhou MOTHER, I've got four different difficulties, and I've got black lines around me, instead of the black parts being transparent!
Plural for Penis Scott coins the term to describe pluralized penis.
Olbermann - Official Transcript of Bush's Speech Was Edited Bush slips up and shows his lack of intelligence during a televised speech. Then the white house edited the official transcript to remove his mistake. I know its was only an improperly pluralized word, but the fact that the bush administration thinks it can edit an "official" transcript offends me.
Touhou Mother 8: Things Finally Get Started It's the rabbit of happiness. Spankety spankety spankety. See the description of the first video for an explanation of what these Touhou Mother videos are. So, about the "omission" of most of the dungeon... that's not me being creative. There's a variable called "shortcut" that is never set to be true by anything, ever. Yet when you go up to that portal, if it IS true, S(uwako) will tell you what (s)he tells you in this video and skip over two rooms which are totally pointless except to make the dungeon longer. So I hacked my save to make it true. Did I mention how S has some questionable game design ideas yet? (Right after posting this video, I changed That Rabbit Enemy's name to "That Rascally Rabbit." No need to thank me for my brilliance.) I know I should have checked this a lot earlier, but "Space Tunnel" is actually the Japanese name for the Phase Distorter. And I don't think it comes up (or will ever come up) again, so I can't even pretend it never happened. Oh well. Guilloscreen Rabbit uses one of Youmu Never Loses's attacks, and I couldn't think of a way to word it so both would make sense. I suppose I could have just made a new attack, but I pretty much forgot Guilloscreen Rabbit even existed until I recorded. If you can't get through the Eientei maze, and yeah, it does suck, here's a map. Letters signify connected doors. EN is where you start. Both EN and EX lead back to Reisen. DC is the Death Crimson room. GS is the Guilloscreen. The ...
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Act One: A Question of Solitude, an opera dedicated to The James Bond Legacy This video document permits you to sample the first act of Cinema VII's "A Question of Solitude," an opera dedicated to The James Bond Legacy. Although there is multi-clip cutting between three pluralized videos, there is no editing here. It is a continuous replay of the third performance of the production at The Williamsburg Art and Historical Center. Camera One and Sound are by Orin Buck, Camera Two by Karen Lynn Miller, Camera Three by Sam Moree, also in the cast as SENIOR BOND! Orin "pluralized" and multi-clipped to let me click back and forth as I watched for the first time... thank you, Orin. A Question of Solitude, by Peter Dizozza. additional material by the cast, particularly Kat Yew and Mike Hill staged, interpretted and performed by Anne-Marie Levey-Allauzen, Peter Dizozza, Mike Hill, Flemming Laursen, Sam Moree, Zach Pethoud, Lydia Woods and Kat Yew...
Casa de Another Lost Year I think you pluralized underwears...
Let's Play Dwarf Fortress - 28 (More Juices, Dwarvenly Death, Cloudrat Gears, Bauxed) Finally, the cursed video is up! Well, we start off by juicing our fortress with more dwarvenjuices. Then, Tim dies while trying to get some beer. Dwarvenly! Then, we get our first pluralized legendary item! Or ... items! Clouds. Rat. Then, at LONG last, our Bauxite has arrived. ALL FOUR OF IT! Then we screw up and have 3 left. ***.
An inside look at the "Visions of Students Today 2011" Michael Wesch, Associate Professor of Cultural Anthroplogy at K-State, and a few of his students give you an inside perspective into the current Visions of Students Today project.
New Paradigms # 5: Gaia and Paganism, or, Making Nature Sacred With Paganism, the sacred is pluralized again. We create many deities. Why were we ever taught that monotheism is superior? When we become polytheistic again, we relearn to respect all the forces and elements that these deities represent. And if monotheism is not more evolved than polytheism, where is the evidence that monogamy is superior to polyamory?
Rumors on the internets George W. Bush clip with the famous: "I hear there're rumors on the uh internets"
Satanic Powers in Jamaican Hills- Orisha Shakpana CARIBBEAN METALLIC STORM 7"EP IN FOR SALE AT . if u like this promo track. You're to love that EP. THIS IS JUST A PROMO THING, THE ACTUAL SONG HAS BETTER QUALITY. NOT PUTTING THE BETTER QUALITY ONE HERE. IF YOU WANT THE BETTER QUALITY, check myspace,(which has slightly better production) /orishaoftheearth This is a real black metal band from the island of Jamaica. Orisha Shakpana is about the darkness of Jamaica, for there is a dark of side and a dark history of this island that Orisha Shakpana will expose to the world. The supertitions of the Caribbean is vast. A great shadow is cast over the Caribbean and that shadow is Orisha Shakpana. An Orisha is a god, the god of ancestors of the Afro-Caribbean natives, from all the main west african tribes that were bought to the West back in the times of Slavery. The gods(Orisha, not pluralized) are angry at all black people(meaning all humans in general) because we have forgotten them and demonized them, calling the elder Orisha, Satan. Satan is a god, a physical god and that has defeated Christ before. The Christians still won't accept the fact that he is dead, so they lie to the masses. Even though they know in their hearts that god is dead. I mean why all the violence in the world today? Why else all the wars? God as died and will never return, and Satan has his throne in heaven already. You ***ing christians can't defeat Olokun, the god of the depths!!!!!! There is none greater than him ...
Crazy Fat Chick's 65th Vlog (Mad Libs) Comment, Rate & Subscribe!!!!.............. please ^_^ Adjective: Adverb: Part of the body (plural): Part of the body (plural): Adjective: Noun: Verb: Type of liquid: Noun: Verb ending in "ing": Noun: Adjective: Adjective: Plural noun: Plural noun: Noun: Verb (past tense): Part of the body (plural): Adjective: Verb: Noun: Adjective: So just copy and paste the above part in the comments then just fill it out please ^_^ Quick review of adjectives, adverbs, nouns and verbs. An ADJECTIVE describes something or somebody. Examples: lumpy, soft, ugly, messy, and short An ADVERB tells how something is done. It modifies a verb and usually ends in "ly". Examples: modestly, stupidly, greedily and carefully. A NOUN is the name of a person, place or thing. Examples: sidewalk, umbrella, bathtub and nose. A VERB is an action word. Examples: run, pitch, jump and swim. Put the verbs in past tense if the directions say PAST TENSE. Examples: ran, pitched, jumped and swam. When we ask for a PLACE, we mean any sort of place: a country or city (Spain, Cleveland) or a room (bathroom, kitchen) An EXCLAMATION or SILLY WORD is any sort of funny sound, gasp, grunt or outcry, like: Wow!, Ouch!, Whomp!, Ick! and Gadzooks! When we ask for specific words like a NUMBER, a COLOR, an ANIMAL or a PART OF THE BODY, we mean a word that is one of those things, like: seven, blue, horse or head. When we ask for a PLURAL, it mean more than one. For example, "cat" pluralized is "cats".
The Economy - Are you Paying Attention? Part Two Note - This article has changed/been edited. They pluralized STOCK to ensure I was paying attention and removed the line "High unemployment is considered a key stumbling block to a strong, sustained economic recovery." They did not replace investors with gamblers however.
Peni I'm sorry I haven't made a video in awhile, I kinda forgot I had a channel haha. But anyway the pluralized form of penis needs to be peni not penises. So start saying peni and the world will be happy :D
Mad Lib:Selecting A Christmas Tree. I also explain some. First of all I'm going to describe some words you'll need to know before filling in words for a mad lib. Adjective= describes something or somebody. Examples of Adjectives are: Lumpy, soft, ugly, messy, and sort. Adverb= tells how something is done. It modifies a verb and usually ends in ly. Examples of Adverbs are: Modestly, stupidly, greedily, and carefully. Noun= is the name of a person, place, thing, or idea. Examples of Nouns are: Sidewalk, umbrella, bridle, bathtub, and nose. Verb= is an action word. Examples of verbs are: Run, pitch, jump, and swim. Put the verbs in the past tense if the directions say PAST TENSE. Examples of past tense verbs are: Ran pitched, jumped, and swam. When we ask for a PLURAL, it means more than one. For example: cat pluralized is cats. NOW ON TO THE MAD LIB TITLED "Selecting A Christmas Tree" (first I'll show the words your supposed to put into the Mad Lib, then I'll show you the Mad Lib BLANK (how it is in the Mad Lib booklit) and then I'll show you what I came up with. Words to put into this Mad Lib (do this part first so the rest of this will be more fun!) Adjective_______________________ Adjective_______________________ Room_________________________ Plural Noun_____________________ Plural Noun_____________________ Noun__________________________ Noun__________________________ Noun__________________________ Adjective________________________ Noun___________________________ Number_________________________ Plural ...