I still say 'tasty'.
That's interesting. So why don't some of you use it? Sounds old-fashioned? So you will say 'delicious dinner', right?I never use "tasty" either.
I have never called a fruit, cookies or breakfast ‘tasty’.1. These are all dictionary examples. Could you have a look and tell me whether you find them natural?
1. We ate a a few tasty snacks.
2. This soup is very tasty.
3. That’s a simple but tasty meal.
4. These cookies are very tasty.
5. The breakfast is complete and tasty.
6. Fruits ripened on the vine are tasty but soft and difficult to transport.
7. She makes really tasty dish with chicken and rice.
8. These sausages are really tasty - where did you buy them?
9. I had a lovely evening with some tasty food, delicious wine and entertaining company.’
2. Does 'tasty' sound better when used before a noun "tasty meal" or after "this meal is really tasty"?
Pulp Fiction, surely?
Maybe they mean ‘the full breakfast’.For some reason I find this sentence very funny: it is so unnatural. I don't even know what a 'complete breakfast' is.