07/03 - Tingling Tuesday!

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  1. Melting Glacier

    Melting Glacier PE: $30.01 - That's over $1.25/hour! ┬┴┤( ͡° ͜ʖ├┬┴

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  2. ChrisTurk

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    I was here for this moment of greatness. 3AM, new daily thread, lets goooo :flail:
     
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  3. Randomacts

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    Hi all,

    Because amazon charges 20% for bonus, which was out of our knowledge, we had to grant 80% of the original number because of budget reasons. Thanks for your understanding!
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    ooof but understandable

    https://turkerview.com/requesters/A31Y6W4XJ8ATJH-lee

    @Mothra @Buntastic @cheyenne @Yuk @A6_Foul_Out our bonus payout is $4 instead of $5... go update your reviews


    Greetings from Amazon Mechanical Turk,

    You've received a bonus from lee for work related to 3H1C3QRA01YHF3ZSDDP6EQFNDODCEA.
    The value of your bonus is: $4.00 USD

    The Requester included this note:
    Thank you for your careful work on our HIT.

    Thanks for being a Worker on Mechanical Turk!
     
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  4. Randomacts

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    :( The pay dropped from $70.69 / hour to $57.60 / hour
     
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  5. Bloop

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    Good morning Tuesday people
     
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  6. morweeg

    morweeg Certified Organic Batch Master

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    Goodnight.
     
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  7. THFYM

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    I was today years old when I learned that it's "pat a cake" and not "patty cake".

    Which, frankly, makes a lot more sense.
     
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  8. ChrisTurk

    ChrisTurk Administrator

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    wait why did you just ruin my childhood like this?
     
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  9. veghead13

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    Only in the UK. ;) (Edit: The wiki page lies, it does look that that's the original. But it's totally patty in the US.)
     
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    Title: Change the subject from a round of 20 Questions | PANDA
    Requester: Alexandria [A12DWLY5TD1002]
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    Description: Take subject-question pairs from games of 20 Questions and flip the subject.
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  12. Bloop

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    What.
     
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  13. Bloop

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    Huh.
     
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    I don't know if I buy all this "Pat a cake" business.

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    guess who's back?
     
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  17. morweeg

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    wtf is this
     
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    Title: 3 minute survey [ $ | $ ] PANDA
    Requester: Eva Chang [A2LS4C9QWCV2TA]
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  19. Randomacts

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    No please don't do this to me alex.
     
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  20. Bloop

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    Okay this make's sense. We all know the Mother Goose version.

    The earliest recorded version of the rhyme appears in Thomas D'Urfey's play The Campaigners from 1698, where a nurse says to her charges:

    ...and pat a cake Bakers man, so I will master as I can, and prick it, and prick it, and prick it, and prick it, and prick it, and throw't into the Oven.

    The next appearance is in Mother Goose's Melody, (c. 1765), in the form:

    Patty Cake, Patty Cake,
    Baker's Man;
    That I will Master,
    As fast as I can;
    Pat it and prick it,
    And mark it with a T,
    And there will be enough for Tommy and me.[2]
    Marking pastry or baked goods with an identifiable mark may stem from a time when households that did not own an oven of their own could have brought their items to a local baker or bake house, paying to have their items finished for a small fee. Marking the pastry would have been a way to ensure the return of the proper item. [3]
     
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