Recently a friend of mine was telling me that he loves sushi; it's his favorite food, he said. So I said, what kind of sushi? Oh, he said, y'know, negamaki, udon, shabu-shabu, avocado rolls"¦
As you smart readers probably know, none of what he rattled off is technically sushi. Sushi is rice topped with raw fish. I guess it could be a roll, too, but even sashimi, which is the fish without the rice, isn't really sushi.
This got me thinking how we often use one word as a... READ ON