TIL that a Succotash is a food dish, not just a word that Sylvester (Looney Tunes) made up for alliterative purposes by whatilearned October 21, 2021, 1:09 pm Read more: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Succotash What do you think? 12 Points Upvote Downvote alliterativedishfoodLooneypurposesSuccotashsylvesterTILToday I learnedtunesword See more Previous article Phineas and Ferb, but all the verbs are replaced with “fuck” Next article Who is a great example of a very passionate software engineer? 8 Comments Leave a Reply But how does one “suffer” it? Log in to Reply Similarly; decades after hearing Eddie Murphy in Raw, I was floored to find out baba ghanoush is an actual food. That it was not just a funny name he made up for the stage. Log in to Reply I started mixing my Lima beans and corn together after finding this out Log in to Reply We make varying versions of it here in Louisiana Shrimp Corn Okra Tomato Is one very popular version Log in to Reply How is the single word succotash alliterative? Log in to Reply The article linked doesn’t actually say that anywhere, it just says that it’s in his catchphrase. I’m not saying he didn’t, just that the link provided doesn’t include that info. Log in to Reply it’s in the lyrics of an older popular song, I always got a kick out of hearing it. Groove is in the heart. The chills that you spill up my back keep me filled With satisfaction when we’re done Satisfaction of what’s to come I couldn’t ask for another No, I couldn’t ask for another (you know that’s right) Your groove, I do deeply dig No walls, only the bridge My supper dish, my succotash wish (sing it, baby) Log in to Reply The craziest thing is that you thought a cartoon cat made up a word, tho…. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.