What does 耳 stand for in these sentences?
“ パン耳どしてますか” From what I know this means “do you have any bread?” I wanted to use it in another way, just to see if it would form a similar sentence translation, so I changed “pan” to “gohan” (ごはん耳どしてますか), but instead I got a translation of “Do you listen?” I want to know what mimi/耳 stands for in this context.
I’m aware not all character positions are interchangeable, just curious about the characters (耳) meaning in a sentence. Thanks!
Update: Thank you Foogod for the answer! I didn’t process that “bread ear” could refer to the crusts. Thank you l'électeur for the updated explanation, it definitely helps a lot!