I need to spend little time online this week, as there's a lot to do around here and I need to focus on some writing, as well. I'll pop in late evenings to see what you've been sharing.
I'm watching a video about a woman letting her baby boomer children shop for groceries with her. The narrator said "tuna fish." Why do some of you say "tuna fish" instead of tuna? I do not get it, just like I don't get saying "paint it out" or bake it off." Why must you persist in adding silly extra words that just take up—
Ooh, we get to see the butcher use a band saw to cut a roast! That's awesome. But stop creating nuisance sentences, please.