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What is the difference between ketchup and catsup?

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http://www.diffen.com/difference/Catsup_vs_Ketchup

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It's the same thing. Some people just spell it different

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Spelling is the only difference. The product is the same.

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Nothing

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There is no difference. They are different names for the same thing. The only difference is their spelling. :)

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spelling is different. Hope I helped!

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The part before "up"

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Blanky Americans ruining the blanky English language again. It's tomato sauce.

There's a very clever line in Guys and Dolls when Nathan Detroit (Sinatra) was trying to get Sky Masterson (Brando) to place a bet on a certainty. It's 60 years since I saw the show so you'll have to excuse me if I don't get it quite right but Masterson's reply was,

"Nathan, my Daddy told me that one day I'd be in New York and I'd meet a man who wanted to bet me that a little green man would come around the corner squirting ketchup. He said, 'Don't take that bet son because, as sure as you do, you'll end up with an earful of tomato sauce.'"

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Makes me want to see GUYS AND DOLLS...
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It was a top show, Virginia. I don't know if there have been any remakes, but I think the stage show is still doing the rounds occasionally.

Back in the 60s I wrote a piece Damon-Runyan style (present continuous tense) for a car club magazine. The woman who typed it up for them thought the grammar was wrong and "fixed" it. The trouble was that she only fixed parts of it. So it was partly printed in past tense and partly in present continuous. I never wrote anything else for them.
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Your spelling

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Same substance. It was originally made with anchovies, thus the name 'Cat's Supper"
or catsup

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woah mind= blown @_@ I would have never guessed.
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Ya just wouldn't believe it
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but anchovies are disgusting lol so I will never eat it XD
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