Category Archive for: ‘Fun with Words’

Buckler of Swashes or Swasher of Buckles?


My friend Will made me chuckle to myself (CTM) with his response to my previous Three Musketeers post, in which …

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The Funny Thing about the Three Musketeers


From my Head Scratcher File: During commercial breaks last night in the devastating and almost unfathomable defeat of my beloved …

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You Can Quote More Shakespeare Than You Think(eth)


It’s pretty mind-blowing how much William Shakespeare has influenced our language. He’s been gone about 400 years, but we keep using his expressions. All of the following oft-repeated phrases come from the Bard of Avon. Some of them have been altered over time, but I bet you recognize most of them.

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Just Sayin’


I first heard this expression from students in my English classes about twelve years ago. It would typically go something …

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