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Re: Marmite

I think it was called Monkey and it was about a talking pig called Pigsy and he married a talking ape.
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I remember Monkey, with his flying cloud. Monkey, Pigsy and Sandy were helping a buddhist monk (played by a female) on his travels.

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Re: Marmite

Honey > Marmite.
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http://socialclub.rockstargames.com/crew/people_of_the_honey

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LordRoss wrote:

Kermit1970 wrote:
I thought you plucked birds not animals, shows how much I know :smileytongue:


Birds are animals aren't they?


 

Yes :smileyhappy:

 

So are us Humans (Homosapiens).

 

 

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And so are girls from Darlington, all of them.
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Thats right, they are Human which in turn means they are an animal just like all of us :Lol:

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So why do we say humans and not homosapiens?

 

Human doesn't sound like it's short for Homosapien.

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It's the scientific classification of the human species.

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Can easily eat it by the spoonful but hate the crisps >:smileytongue:
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LordRoss wrote:

So why do we say humans and not homosapiens?

 

Human doesn't sound like it's short for Homosapien.


 

Human comes from the adjective of Homo sapien, which is latin for wise man, Homo being man, the adjective was Humanus, and translated to french, humain, then english Human.

 

It just fell into noun usage as it was probably just easier and sounded better, no real reason.

 

We are not pure homo sapien though, we are at least 4% neanderthal, possibly more we dont know, Only africans are pure homo sapien, they are missing all neanderthal genes, although neanderthals are a homo species, so humanus and human would still apply.

 

as for marmite, never tried it.

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