Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'The Observation Bar' started by BellyTank, Dec 15, 2007.
...had very niney shoes.
I'll take mine with an olive, please - not too dry.
No more fruitcake for you, my friends!
What exactly defines a "Rude Nose"?
I see you wix mords too. Did you ever hear the story of Rindecella and her two sisty uglers?
Rude-noseology is not an exact science-
It never says "Please," or "Thank you," or "Excuse me."
Rude nose... (don't even ask where it's been)
Named for William Archibald Spooner (July 22, 1844–August 29, 1930) a famous Oxford don who lends his name to the linguistic phenomenon. Many folks, including myself, suffer from this mixing up of the syllables. I once asked a waitress for a "chilled sicken greaser " salad (grilled chicken ceaser), as my wife constantly reminds me. They tend to come out when I'm tired or under stress. My own theory is that it's linked to dyslexia, a condition probably unknown in Spooner's day.
Rudolph Rudinsky, Soviet Commisar, was walking across Red Square one day with his wife. Suddenly a slight precipitation began to descend upon them. "Oh, it's snowing!", said Mrs Rudinsky,. "No, it's raining", said Rudolph. "No, darling," said Mrs Rudinsky, "It's snowing." To which he replied, "Rudolph the Red knows rain, dear!"
:eusa_clap :eusa_clap *snicker snicker*
Oh Komrade, this is funningk! lol
My boy dog has one of those. :eusa_doh:
inka dinka doo doo...