I've seen many different spellings for the word "kebap", but "kabob" is new to me and absolutely hilarious. Apparently it's a thing in North America, but I haven't seen it spelled like that over there myself.

I guess I'll get a kabob for dinner now. Shouldn't read about food when I'm hungry.

Fortunately, I'm currently in Berlin, the capital of kabobs.

@raucao In USA, a shish kabob is meat, sometimes along with vegetables, grilled, on a stick. That's what I grew up with. Imagine my confusion when I went out for kebabs with friends in New Zealand and discovered they were delicious wraps, and also spelled "kebab" instead of "kabob".

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