Slices of Life...Pass the ketchup
We were out of ketchup -- or catsup, depending on your preference.You say tuh-may-toe; I say tuh-mah-toe.
The word ketchup is sometimes associated with a particular brand. I buy lots of generic products, but not generic ketchup. When it comes to red condiments, my family practices purebred, pure-brand loyalty. At least we did.
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