Top 10 Food Items You’re Probably Pronouncing Wrong




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Top 10 Food Items You’re Probably Pronouncing Wrong

Comments 49

  1. Nope, even most servers don't know how to pronounce Bruchetta. I get looks all the time when I order Bru-sketta. I'm Italian god damnit, don't correct me!

  2. Yeah, I'm from Thailand. And you still pronounced Sriracha wrong. So just pronounce however you want, just don't listen to this shit.

  3. it is ironic that you make a pronunciation video since you are the most ignorant about foreign languages. you made me facepalm more than once.

  4. I think the only valid one is the first place, because it is a english word being pronounced wrong by english speakers. Every country localize some foreign food names. Here in Brazil, specially in São Paulo, we have lots of italian, japanese and lebanese immigrants, and all the foods from these countries have some degree of changes in their names to be more easily pronounced by local people.

  5. you americans are so incompetent of learning foreign pronounciations and accents …so annoying ..pff or you might dont even care …either way you sound so annoying

  6. They missed Hummus actually being pronounces Hoomus and should've had the scene from Sam and Max: Freelance Police TV series episode "Dysfunction of the Gods" where Sam says "Make that Hoomus to go!

  7. The f*uck?italian here, the g in gnocchi is all but silent….. and you butchered its pronunciation…. just saying….

  8. And yet another video with honorable mentions that tell you absolutely nothing!
    Good job mojo. You manage to keep your intelligence at a constant below 0 and dropping with every vid.

  9. You do realize that words take on different pronunciations depending on where they are being spoken. The same conventions don't hold in every language. So a Greek word won't sound the same when spoken in English, for example. This applies to nouns and proper nouns just like any other word. This is the whole purpose of accents on letters, like the ~ above an n to get the ñ sound in jalapeño. A good example is Mexico, the English pronunciation is different from the Spanish, both are correct.

  10. Much like A1 makes okay meat better, but ruins good meat, if Worcestershire sauce makes what you're eating better you should have started with a quality base instead.

  11. Everyone rolls their eyes and thinks I'm pretentious when I pronounce Bruschetta and Gyro correctly. I'm just tryin' to be culturally sensitive, yo!

  12. You blithering idiots, that is not gyros. Gyros is the Greek version of doner, not that idiotic dish you eat in shitty Greek restaurants in N. America. Once again, N. Americans completely ignorant about everything that happens across the pond..

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