There is one topic that has cropped up recently that I feel needs addressing. I am quite sure that everyone knows what I am talking about. It is very serious. So serious that I have started my first poll, and believe me when I say that only something of the utmost seriousness could have kept me occupied for five hours trying to make it work.

So you had best vote or I will throw a right strop!

Salmon: colour or fish?

What do the others think?


9 thoughts on “Dispute

  1. Definitely a fish! I am so glad that I can come to your blog and vote on such important matters!

  2. As I have recently been studying all of my colors (American spelling as I am a proud Yank!) I can quite clearly say that there is no such color as salmon, that it is indeed a fish (and a tasty one too I might add). Obviously the fish came first otherwise people would be saying “is that Trout colored” or something of that nature.

  3. let’s clear this up once and for all:

    Main Entry: salm·on
    Pronunciation: ‘sa-m&n
    Function: noun
    Inflected Form(s): plural salmon also salmons
    Etymology: Middle English samon, from Anglo-French salmon, samon, from Latin salmon-, salmo
    1 a : a large anadromous salmonid fish (Salmo salar) of the North Atlantic noted as a game and food fish — called also Atlantic salmon b : any of various anadromous salmonid fishes other than the salmon; especially : PACIFIC SALMON c : a fish (as a barramundi) resembling a salmon
    2 : the variable color of salmon’s flesh averaging a strong yellowish pink

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