I hate the word
‘crush‘. I can’t begin to describe how much I hate it. It’s so difficult to say. You push a ball of air into your throat, and before you can expel it, you have to join your dental set and add a -shh to it. Ugh.
I hate all its meanings. Why not say
trample, or squeeze (actually, squeeze is kind of Continue reading “Of Words”
Most people are other people. Their thoughts are someone else’s opinions,
Continue reading “Of Quotations”
Dylan Moran: A phenomenon called Irish hair.
Yesterday, I got a haircut. I also got a lesson in
learning languages, for free. Now, that is what I call a bargain. An unexpected, weirdly coincidental bargain. Continue reading “Of The Language of Haircuts”
Couer de Couers in Pushing Daisies
Of all the
of’s used as “of [insert noun/verb]” , “of course” is the most common of all. It is obvious. And it is so obvious because it is obvious. Continue reading “Of Course”