Americans and herbs, sorry erbs. One was banging on about Cilantro earlier and I thought it was some new popular beat rap artist, but apparently it's what normal people call coriander. This got me thinking. Not only do Americans pronounce the word herbs weirdly, but they have different names or different pronunciations for a lot of them. Bayzil instead of basil for example. More so than their other corruptions of the English language. I'm betting the first famous American chef, Betty Crocker wasn't it? Had a speech impediment. Anyway I digress, anything that you find confusing?