when used for "to" and "too." People who do that should have to prove that they actually know the difference.
when used for "for" (I don't mind if it is used for four)
for "your" or "you are" same rule as "2"
- dull, boring, stupid, overdone (once heard a radio commercial "we're open 24/7 five days a week")
from the get-go
- There is not a mind so glittering that it can't shave off 30 IQ
points by uttering this phrase. I'd rather hear someone use the pretentious "ab initio
Used to describe money from oil. Here's a flash for you, in the word "petroleum" petro
refers to rock
refers to oil
. It should be "oleodollars" unless you are talking about money from stone. Of course axiom one is that language is modified most by those who understand it least - that there already was a word for that.
This word, implying fear has been hijacked to mean disliking as in "homophobic" or "Islamophobic" (seen daily here on aDOTnet. No quarrel with the issues they name, but get your words right.
Benign (not B9 - see "2" above)
and best of all: "We have a seat for you in first class."
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[Edited 2004-12-08 16:27:44]
Happiness is not seeing another trite Ste. Maarten photo all week long.