There is ghost pepper cheese
A lot of things are used in a different way than that their function is. Look at the poor screwdriver, he spends more time opening paintcans than actually screwing ;)
As for the comment already made in reply to you, although I am not refuting that or supporting that, nevertheless, I would say that if one is to be rigorous, as the respondent seemed to imply that they were, then they would have be *quite* rigorous in forming an absolutel conclusion that the appendix is completely useless. I mean, after all this evolution, why do we still have it? I'm sure there's got to be...some...reason for it, even if our "science" hasn't caught up to it, yet.
I looked it up and whet in the proverb here, is used in the same way as with whetsstone, meaning to sharpen. (pretty sure wit is related, which is related to weten/wissen (to know) in dutch/german. To stimulate or sharpen ones mind or appetite.
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