Wisdom by Hindsight
That was a good one.
PS I always have to enter all my information every time I comment!
Wisewebwoman recently posted..Words for Wednesday
I am glad that you found it entertaining. I am afraid that all WP blogs are undergoing this problem with no solution in sight despite repeated attempts to contact them with such complaints. Many of us are constantly trying to get the problem sorted out.
You are welcome. I am glad that you liked the post.
A treasure trove of humor! Good laughs!
I am glad that you liked the post.
Wow it is English. We can discuss syntax but colonised English is what we understand.look at West engines they have made a new language out of English.
that’s hilarious especially the XL one but of course I can’t comment on the American use of English language as I’m in New Zealand, where we have our own breed of distinct usage – even as far as the 2 main islands use different words for exactly the same thing – “crib or bach” and no it’s not anything to do with “batch”
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You must hear Hindish as we call it here. It is a combination of Hindi and English and can be very entertaining provided you know both languages.
I especially enjoy how different English-speaking cultures pronounce the same word differently though it may be spelled the same, or one or the other will add or remove an alphabet latter. The inflection will be placed on different syllables so the word sounds different; alter vowel sound as with laboratory.
Over here, you will often hear it called lavatory!
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