So I was thinking-something I should either do more seriously or cut back on entirely-anyways, why are countertops always Formica? Why not Formimi? Forsally? Forsythia…Forpete’s sake?
my countertop is laminated plywood....hahaha Forsythia....
I'm sorry is this English??
hmm....I know the answer is out there somewhere.......
It's probably stuck in one of those "Countertops for Dummies or Idiots" Books..... they sell like crazy so they must have all the answers!
Here is the reason:mica |ˈmīkə|nouna shiny silicate mineral with a layered structure, found as minute scales in granite and other rocks, or as crystals. It is used as a thermal or electrical insulator.Mystery solved and not so ishy.
What have you been smoking here ?
Questioned directed to..???
That's what I was wondering! I was just going for a little wordplay! haha
It's not only the words, I guess a thesaurus helps sometimes. I find the editing to be a bear sometimes.
I have a son named Micah. For the past 16 years we've got a lot of mileage out of 'for Micah' jokes. What's with this leftover pizza? Oh, it's formicah! Corny but hilarious.
So glad you got the joke, Tobey!!!!
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