You see fish fingers but why not fish toes?

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  1. waynet profile image68
    waynetposted 6 years ago

    You see fish fingers but why not fish toes?

    I am puzzled!

  2. Scribenet profile image83
    Scribenetposted 6 years ago

    If fish fingers were stubbier; they would be fish toes... LOL

  3. giocatore profile image93
    giocatoreposted 6 years ago

    How about Buffalo wings? Incidentally, you see so many chicken wings at parties. What happens to the rest of the chicken? Someone should breed a chicken with 10 or 12 wings ...

  4. Moon Daisy profile image83
    Moon Daisyposted 6 years ago

    Liking your questions today!  I don't know the answer really, maybe 'fish toes' sounds a bit unsavoury? lol!  I know in America they call them fish sticks instead of fish fingers.  So maybe 'fish fingers' is a  bit weird for some people.  Hope that helps! smile

  5. Diana Grant profile image91
    Diana Grantposted 6 years ago

    Fish toes might be a bit smelly, especially if they are attached to athlete's foot. Yucky poos.

  6. lupine profile image74
    lupineposted 6 years ago

    You answered your own question.. nobody wants to hear about fish toes! Sorry, not very appealing.

  7. wiserworld profile image91
    wiserworldposted 6 years ago

    Yes, it's confusing to me too because fish don't have fingers or toes. Unless maybe all the fish fingers people eat are really genetically modified fish or mutilated fish like the three-eyed one in The Simpsons. Makes me want to stay away from seafood now.

    It could also because of the double F.

  8. RGNestle profile image81
    RGNestleposted 6 years ago

    I think it has to do with the faulty idea of evolution. You see, the fish needed fingers first because they learned how to breath air which meant they had noses.

    Well, having a nose means having boogers. You've never (hopefully) picked your nose with your toes, right? No, you do it with your fingers (or in a pinch, your friend's fingers).

    So some fish evolved fingers FIRST, but realized evolution was a lost cause since the apes already had the toes thing wrapped up, so went in a different path and learned how to sing and play other sea creatures as musical instruments (watch The Little Mermaid if you don't believe me).

    So, since they didn't have any use for the fingers any more, they have been being released, little-by-little, to the open snack market until they run out.

    Start collecting them now. When we begin to run low, you'll be a multimillionaire!

  9. Brandon E Newman profile image69
    Brandon E Newmanposted 6 years ago

    I've seen ladyfingers as well. Where I come from, they are called fish sticks. I have seen fish balls though.(chinese I think) Pork butt is popular. Ever had a fish taco?


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