Thatz Not Okay: Biztch, Please; Recipes of the Dead
Some of my relatives still don’t know what my name is. "Caitie"? "Caitlin"? "Cathleen"? Who cares? I know who you mean. Thanks for the savings bond! It seems to me, Buttons, that you haven’t figured out how to, as you put it, “address the issue ...
"My guess was that it was spreading here because of Neighbours and Home and Away ... Someone in the same line of business, Diane DiResta (author of Knockout Presentations: How to Deliver Your Message with Power, Punch and Pizzazz), is still more categorical.
How I learned a language in 22 hours
"What do you know ... for a brief spell with the UCL anthropologist Lewis, seemed to understand what I was after, and why I had come such a long way to spend time with his family and friends. As he stubbed out the last ashes of his cigarette, he suggested ...
OMG! Oxford English Dictionary grows a heart: Graphic symbol for love (and that exclamation) are added as WORDS
Once the sole preserve of tacky tourist T-shirts, the heart symbol – as in I ‘heart’ New York ... Most of the new entries are under the letter 'R' - and revising and adding words starting with this letter alone has taken three years.
Jenna von Oy’s Blog: Mom’s the Word
I’ve even come dangerously close to asking, “Do you ... has been filed away into the dirty word category, to be retrieved someday when my daughter’s empathetic spirit isn’t quite so sensitive. Of all the words in the English language ...