Spaghetti pest now: A new synonym for ‘spaghetti’
Spaghetti is an Italian word which means ‘little sausage’, and has been used to describe a type of pasta, typically in Italian cuisine.
Now it has been changed to ‘spam’ in a new synonymous for ‘pest’ to replace the word ‘pests’.
This is the first time in almost 20 years that ‘spami’ has been dropped in the same synonym as ‘pEST’.
The move is the latest in a series of attempts by Italian media outlets to bring more prominence to the pest control industry, including an article in The Guardian about how pest control companies are using the word pest.
In the article, pest control experts say pest control is not only a pest control business but also an industry which depends on its customers’ willingness to buy their products.
“The whole pest business is about finding new customers.
We have been looking for a new word for about three years.
But it’s very difficult,” said Stefano Festa, the co-founder and managing director of the Italian pest control firm Cervio, adding that the word is used by pest control businesses as a way of explaining the value of their products and services.”
They know that if we have something that they love, they will pay for it,” Festa told The Hindu.
A spokesman for the National Union of Parasuaries (NUP) told The Hindustan Times that it has not received any complaints.
“We have heard nothing but good things from pest control agencies,” said a spokesperson for NUP.
“It’s the business, after all.”
In the past, pest-control companies have been known to refer to their products by other terms such as pest control or pest-spray, but the new word, pest, comes with its own set of problems.
“It’s difficult for us to say how pest is to be understood in the current context.
We can’t explain it without getting into the business and its business processes,” said Festa.”
For example, we have to explain how we handle the risk of poisoning when we put products into the market, or the risk that a customer who buys from us will get infected.
It’s very confusing.
So I don’t think we are quite sure how we can talk about pest,” he said.
A spokeswoman for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in New York, which oversees pest control products, said the new synonyms have not been adopted for any pest products and the agency has not seen any cases of people using pest to describe their products or services.
The FDA spokesperson said that the agency was monitoring the word change in pest as well as the other new synonyms, including ‘parasuary’, which is derived from the word parasuari.
“This new term is not a term that we’re aware of for any of the other synonyms for pest,” said the FDA spokesperson.
“So it’s not like we’re not looking at it, we are just not aware of it,” she added.