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manila, manilla (muh NIL uh) (noun)
1. A strong paper or thin cardboard with a smooth finish, usually buff or light brown in color, made from Manila or Manilla hemp or wood fibers similar to it: The manila envelope is an envelope designed for transporting documents and it is made of thick, durable paper and sized so that full sheets of paper can fit inside without being folded.
2. When capitalized, the capital and largest city of the Philippines; located in Southern Luzon: Manila is a city and it should not be confused with another term known as Manila paper or Manilla paper.
vanilla (vuh NIL uh) (noun)
A food flavoring extract prepared from the cured seedpods of a plant or produced synthetically: Christa and Ralph preferred ice cream that is made with genuine vanilla, not the synthetic stuff.

How could anyone possibly confuse a manila, manilla envelope with a vanilla envelope, you may ask?

Well, it seems that a reporter on the radio mixed up the two by referring to a vanilla envelope and someone called in to report the obvious error to the program's moderators the next day and stated that there is a big difference between manila, manilla paper and a non-existent vanilla paper; unless someone had produced an envelope with vanilla flavor.