Glue stick: is that redundant or an epoxymoron?
Don't use a big word when a singularly unloquacious and diminutive linguistic expression will satisfactorily accomplish the contemporary necessity.
In the word "scent" is it the s that is silent or the c?
The amount of people who confuse "to" and "too" is amazing two me.
I misplaced my thesaurus and feel terrible; just terrible, really terrible.
Don't you hate it when someone answers their own questions? I do.
English is the Lingua Franca par excellence!
If anything is on your mind, get it off your chest.
I hate it when people use big words just to make themselves sound perspicacious.
Why do they call it "hiring a hitman" and not "ordering takeout"?
Don't be condescending (that's when you talk down to people).
On one hand, I'm indecisive, but on the other, I'm not.
Perspective is in the eye of the beholder.
I'm still not sure if I understand ambiguity.
Regarding "Eternal Truths:"
Show me an honest man and I'll show you a man who tells the truth.
Auto-correct makes me say things I didn't Nintendo.
I'm as good at making similes as someone who is really good at making similes.
If you say "GULLIBLE" slowly it sounds like "ORANGES."
The "Flat Earth Society" has members all around the globe.
Now say that again, slowly.
I hate making spelling errors on Facebook; mix up 2 letters and your whole post is urined.
Sadly, the days of people using proper English are went.
Said the Thesaurus at the bakery, "I'd like a synonym bun!"
After the London Playwrights Guild found out what Shakespeare was up to, he was bard for life.
I did a theatrical performance about puns.
It was a play on words.
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