- Strawberry (thankfully)
- Breadfruit (huh?)
- Nectarine (better tasting than most necks)
- Currant (tastes too dated to be current, har har)
- Coconut (tastes nothing like cocoa or nuts)
- Eggplant (nope, though that would be interesting)
For maximum effect, please read these sentences out loud:
If a vulture mulches, I would call that vulture mulcher a cultured vulture. Read the rest of this entry »
The path can be found in sympathy and empathy.
It’s so easy to believe a lie because a lie is at the center of believe.
Assassination is so bad it has two asses in it. Read the rest of this entry »
Spelling rules in English are so inconsistent, that you can be forgiven mistakes. Here are some understandable mistakes that may cause social awkwardness:
Fallacy means a false belief. If you try spelling it phallicy, you would have a false penis. Read the rest of this entry »
I would like to draw your attention to the following strange words:
Phlegmatic: It refers to a quality of unemotional calmness, not to an automatic phlegm dispensary machine.
Trainee: A person being trained in some behavior or task, not a term of endearment for a locomotive.
Boogyman: A make believe evil entity evoked to scare children, not a man with a excess of nose mucus. Read the rest of this entry »