Sunday, December 16, 2012

ALRIGHT IS NOT A WORD



Word to the wise: go easy on the ab routine/Nepalese buffet combo.  Due to an overzealous appetite for gobi manchuri and an even more zealous appetite for exercise, I'm home sick today with a sore tummy with nothing to do but laugh.  I'd post a slew of these College Humor videos, but this seems the most eppropriate.  Enjoy.   

2 comments:

  1. She's right but 'alright' is definitely a word in the US, and more and more in Britain, too. Compare the very different-meaning 'already' and 'all ready,' as well as 'altogether' and 'all together.' "Alright' and 'all right' are similarly differentiated.

    And 'fiancé' is an acceptible spelling of 'fiancée,' according to a bunch of dictionaries.

    But yes, the rest of them are dealbreakers.

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  2. A straight man has a "fiancée."
    A gay man has a "fiancé."

    But, really, I could care less. This leaves me unphased (and we all know how painful that can be).

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