define it... no matter how you slice it, it's asparagus.
and i can't find the origins of where asparagrass came from? is it
bad english, accent misrepresentations?
old world speak?
apparently people have faught over it's correct pronounciations...
so? any historical efforts and experience here on the situation?
(yes i've looked things up and no real explaination other than it's
about stupidity but.... that doesn't explain that.)
yes, wikipedia was also checked out.
i grew up on the farm.. and it was asparagus... though we had other
backwords speaksay... but never about that stalk of delicious
so in this forum through the archives i've seen much asparagrass
speak.... where'd it come from on your situation?
no, i'm not making fun.. because i understand how words can be
presented differently... sometimes even spoke 'correctly' but with
accents involved others can soon manipulate the word into a formation
that is deemed 'incorrect'.
growing up with german accents and the language (no, i never mastered
the language amazingly enough) many words suffered through the
mistaken identities, spelling adjustments and people correcting us.
IE: stolen to us we thought we spoke it correctly.. as "stolen"
but no.. our accents folks thought we said stol-den. and we
suffered mostly for it through insultery and 'they're just ignorant
back to asparagrass.
knew a man who suffered most because he never heard it said that way
before... nor have i, until i met her.
she threatened death upon us.. because it wasn't asparagus.. my god it
was asparagrass or else!
why is it asparagrass?
thanks for your imputs.. experiences and any logical information that
i can find on the net and footnotes!