Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2012’
A quick review of the most common figures of speech — handy tools for writers of all ages.
What do we call a juvenile delinquent when he gets old? A geriatric delinquent?
This, and other perplexing and important questions in today’s blog post.
We all know what is meant when someone says, “You can’t have your cake and eat it too.” They mean …
Everyone knows that nothing rhymes with orange. Do you know these other four common words with no rhymes in the dictionary?
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