Discussion in 'Good Eats' started by shane0911, May 3, 2017.
huh? I was asking based on personal experience.
me big smartass,.. I've mostly heard, "hot water heater".
I forgot English is a second language on that side of the US of A.
No señor, sólo americano, no permitimos que esa clase de mierda extranjera aquí abajo en el oeste.
I want extra salsa with that order
ok,.. Mierda extranjera, with extra salsa,.. enjoy
Both. You made me a bit curious so I decided to look a little deeper and see that a lot of the appliance stores/chains have both "hot water heater" and "water heater" in their meta-tags. What I find interesting is they also have "tankless water heaters" as well.
Have you guys seen heated floor systems? There you have a "boiler" heating the water instead of a "hot water heater/water heater" and it's stored in a circulation tank.
My fridge has a water dispenser, but it's not called a "cold water dispenser."
The water cooler at work has hot water.
Sounds like you have a lot of time on your hands
Happens occasionally. I appreciate you taking the time out of your day to point it out--to no inconvenience, I hope.
I like to check out the activities of the residents of Bizzaro World now and then.