VŠECHNY LEKCE ZDE
This can be due to a variety of reasons: as the result of a chemical reaction to some sort of substance, it could be the result of temperature or weather; or it might even be in response to some dramatic or moving story, one that you read or see in a movie. Examples:
In this latter example, a "case of the shakes" is simply another way of saying that a person was shaking from something, regardless of the cause which makes them do so.
"Shake and Bake"
The term "shake and bake" means to prepare something really quickly, and get it ready for consumption or viewing.
Its origins go back to an actual product called Shake ‘n Bake, which first became popular in 1966 in the United States.
As the graphics on the right show, this product (thus the inspiration for the term "shake and bake") derived from a seasoning which is sold in plastic bags. People would place their meat inside these bags, then shake them so that the coating covered the meat everywhere.
Next, they would remove the meat from this bag, and then put it into the oven to bake it, thus the term "shake and bake."
Joke of the Day: Do You Know This?
1. The only reason that pencils are hexagonal in shape, is because companies figured out that they could make ten pencils instead of "only nine" if they cut the wood this way instead of making them perfectly round.
2. The world’s tallest pyramid is not in Cairo, Egypt. Instead, it is in the city of San Francisco.
3. 90% of the world’s supply of ice exists in Antarctica.
4. Mahatma Ghandi is not buried in India, but in California.
5. A typical bowl of Wheaties contains twice as much salt as a bag of potato chips does!
6. Leonardo Da Vinci invented the first known pair of scissors.
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