Have you ever wondered pronouncing a word can get viral on the internet! I mean you would be thinking really, can it happen? But it happened, Yes it’s all true. It happened with Nigella Lawson. Let’s have a look at the whole thing quickly.
Lawson’s microwave pronunciation stirs up the Internet
This is a small notice that perhaps the manner you think about warming up food can be modified unintentionally. “The pronunciation of the word “microwave” by Nigella Lawson is creating a strong social media presence after a person posted a video on Tuesday, Dec. 8 showing her referencing the device on her BBC Two culinary program Nigella’s Cook, Eat, Repeat. Nigella’s Cook, Eat, Repeat.
“Eternally grateful to Nigella Lawson for letting us know we’ve all been mispronouncing microwave
for the last 50 (or so) years,” the Twitter person posted about the video. The 60-year-old British celebrity chef tells the camera in the video clip, “But I still need a bit of milk, full-fat, that I’ve warmed in the microwave.” Yeah, and although she adds an additional syllable to pronounce it as mee-cro-wah-vay, that is really the term she is using. The world is often a strange place.
Users commented ion her pronunciation
The unusual pronunciation was quickly commented on by other Twitter users. One person commented that the kitchen expert was “legit pulling our leg here and the general consensus seemed to be this. In reality, Nigella was mentioned by a user and posted, “I love this, we deliberately misspell words in our house every day. Such fun.”
This seems to be the right interpretation, or at least it’s the tale that the alum of The Taste of ABC is sticking to.
‘We do too, “Exactly that.” ‘ answered Nigella. She also said, “Well I do say it like that but not because I think that’s how it’s supposed to sound.” And here it wasfigured that when Jennifer Lawrence blew one up in In the film AmericanHustle, the most egregious abuse of the microwave was. Corrected, we stand.