... (koffie) to Arabic (qahwa) and Turkish (kahveh). The word toffee came from early 19th century English (taffy) Toffee in...
5 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 18/03/2020
I plead the 5th *cough* In other news, has anyone tried those English Toffee Peanut M&M's? They're pretty good. I'm not wasting 5 points to ask that.
23 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 27/10/2019
It's not about a color or a candy but about the British slang term "toff," referring to an upper-class person.
4 Answers · Society & Culture · 10/07/2019
Yup, the poor lil' thing might also get diabetes.
8 Answers · Food & Drink · 08/07/2019