we have donairs
This makes me quite uncomfortable... but it's also quite satisfying...
Someone has to finish what he's started...
@CupOfWater, *sculpts genitals*
Darth vader must be mexican he serving them tacos al pastor
@Puro Hongo, my favorite
@Puro Hongo, UUUUUUHHHH YESSSSSSSSS
@The Official Car Guy, fellow Mexican here
Really no Hispanic has come up?
I see your Schwarma is as big as mine!
Ok so this really bothers me, the proper pronunciation is Yuro, even though it's spelled gyro. In the Greek spelling their first letter makes the sound of an English Y
@The Cauf, UmActually, the proper Greek pronunciation is Yeero, the "GY" Makes a "YEE" sound, the American "correct" pronunciation (not jai-row) is yuro.
@UmActually, the more you know haha, my girlfriend always argues with me on this.
@The Cauf, Haha, my roommate and I butt heads about pronounciation all the time. He's Cajun, so he's always wrong.
@UmActually, lmfao 😂
@UmActually, I'm sorry, I thought we were in AMERICA. Gs make a G (or sometimes J) sound around here, not a Y sound.
@UmActually, "And Homer converts all our money into Euros/gyros. Not the money, the sandwich."
@Davrial, If the word isn't english, pronounce it like it should be pronounced. Do you pronounce "tortilla" using the L's
@The Cauf, But I still wanna call it a ji-ro cause it sounds cooler
@UmActually, actually gyro is a Greek adopted English word (unlike tortilla) and it is correctly pronounced jai-row. If the Greek spelling is also exactly gyro then it would also be acceptable to call it Yeero. But yuro is a made up pronunciation and very commonly mistakenly used.
@BunnyGruff, just to clarify I mean it originated it Greek but is an actual English word, like aero. It is not a just a Greek word we can use in English but an actual English word, unlike tortilla. Tortilla is a wholly Spanish word that we switch to Spanish to say in a predominantly English sentence.
@BunnyGruff, Actually, gyro's root is γύρος which is a Greek word for turn (the meat on the spit) and it is pronounced yeero in most Hellenic dialects
@UmActually, Its root is unimportant if we are using the modern American English spelling
@Davrial, Gyro is a Greek word with English spelling. "Jai-row" isn't correct.
@The Cauf, I always pronounced them 'Gear-Ross' when I was in Greece, but most of the Greeks don't care and usually call you a 'Malaka' and laugh
@Davrial, too bad it's not American food
@The Cauf, the counter argument to this is that the English spelling of the word should've been in such a way that it can be properly pronounced. But "fùck everyone who tries to speak it" -the English
So…strangely…satisfying, anyway is anyone else snowed in
@Quiet Observer, snowed in so much, snowden could be hiding right here and they still wouldn't get to him
@Quiet Observer, up to 30 inches in my town in Pennsylvania
@Quiet Observer, but that doesn't stop us from getting drunk
Anyone want some Darth shawarma
Marshall predicted this would come true!