Bheer vs Kheer - What's the difference?

bheer | kheer |


As nouns the difference between bheer and kheer

is that bheer is (dated|fandom slang|jocular) beer while kheer is an indian sweet rice pudding.

Other Comparisons: What's the difference?

bheer

English

Noun

  • (dated, fandom slang, jocular) Beer.
  • * {{quote-book
  • , year = 1959 , first = Richard "Dick" Harris , last = Eney , title = Fancyclopedia II , url = http://fanac.org/Fannish_Reference_Works/Fancyclopedia/Fancyclopedia_II/bravo.html , section = B(H)EER , passage = No less important to fannish than mundane drinking, this useful beverage is even given divine honors by the sect of Beeros and worshipped as either Beer or Bheer . (The latter substance is also used in celebrating certain mysteries of the Ghuist religion.) }}
  • * {{quote-magazine
  • , year = 1966 , date = November , first = Dean A. , last = Grennell , authorlink = Dean Grennell , magazine = Science-Fiction Five-Yearly , title = A Pilgrim in Never-Never Country , url = http://fanac.org/fanzines/SF_Five_Yearly/sffy4-19.html , issue = 4 , page = 20 , passage = I miss tomato juice in glass bottles and I miss Heilemann's Special Export bheer . }}
  • * {{quote-usenet
  • , year = 1997 , monthday= October 12 , author = Morris M. Keesan , email = , title = Re: Declining Attendance at Cons? , id = [email protected] , group = alt.fandom.cons , url = https://groups.google.com/d/msg/alt.fandom.cons/uzh4hekvz40/HJlVvXR8IwYJ }}
    But this misses the point that "bheerish" drinkers don't necessarily go to pubs for the bheer'. I can drink a bhottle of '''bheer''' at home a lot cheaper than I can bhuy it in a pub, but I can't get the experience of socializing with a group of other '''bheer'''-drinkers. And even if the pub serves ghood '''bheer''', the presence of the 100 gin/whisky/CocaCola/springwater "multi-genre" drinkers may make it sufficiently difficult to find the other 5 '''bheer''' fans in the crowd, that it dilutes the bheerish experience and makes it more worth my while saving my '''bheer''' budget for going down the road to the other pub that may have a smaller selection of ' bheer but a higher concentration of the people I want to drink with.
  • * {{quote-usenet
  • , year = 2003 , monthday = April 2 , author = Kathy Gallagher , email = , title = Is Bheer really one of the 4 fannish food groups , id = [email protected] , url = https://groups.google.com/d/msg/rec.arts.sf.fandom/m-ca1uv2pUQ/-pxSrf7QlcoJ , group = rec.arts.sf.fandom }}
    Correct me, but I think the 4 fannish food groups are sugar, chocolate, grease and caffiene(SIC). Bheer doesn't fit in here unless you put chocolate in with sugar.

    Usage notes

    This fanspeak word is used instead of the standard form to indicate a fannish context or an association with science fiction fandom.

    References

    *

    kheer

    English

    (wikipedia kheer)

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • An Indian sweet rice pudding.