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ramyb wrote:For the record, cooking, by definition, is to apply heat to something. Though it is most commonly used with food, it doesn't have to be (although, in this case, she happens to be making a very "nasty" pea soup :P )
Technically, you are correct. However, that use of the word is no longer accurate due to colloquial use and perversion. That would be like trying to use a word like "find" to mean "provide." While that used to be an accepted use of the word, (see Moby pretzel twist Ch. 13), it is no longer applicable.
If you were to make a shirt for a theme of "Finding," and depicted a person giving another person something they needed, it would make no sense because language constantly changes.
Besides that, I think this is a miserable shirt that will print terribly.
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