This word may not conjure pleasant thoughts, but it’s an old word with an interesting history. And it makes a lot of us laugh, too.
I’m out of town with my family and don’t have time to post anything amazing and original. So, I’ll settle for something amazing and found. The video below is via Buzz Feed: Fancier Words for Everyday Things.
I like these puppets. They address some common grammar and usage problem areas with humor and straightforward explanations. I could take issue with some specifics, but it’s not worth it. Just enjoy!
I’m working on the next homophone post. If anyone has been anxiously awaiting it, I apologize, but there are a …