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When did people start talking like bad food bloggers in real life?

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When did people start talking like bad food bloggers in real life?

Mr Taster | Apr 9, 2013 02:05 PM

Thought I'd split this off the original thread:

http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/8736...

"In an unrelated note, after lunch we wandered through some of the nurseries. As we strolled past the edible herbs, we actually overheard some millenials say "what's the flavor profile of that?"

Although fluent, my wife is not a native English speaker and she asked me what that meant. When I told her, she said "So why didn't they just say 'what does it taste like'?" Good question, dear.

I wonder when people started talking like food blogs in real life? I suppose for the millenials, who don't know a world without the internet, it was an inevitable force in changing the way they communicate."

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Mr Taster

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