|Spot the two words which do NOT belong together in the same phrase. Who are they kidding?|
|I saw this in the window of a church. I swear we live in a post-Spelling society.|
(Not really. It was a sign in the window of a
|I was confused at first, because my hands are a kind of fleshy pink colour and I wasn't sure how I was meant to|
dry them if the towels were only for the blue of hand.
|I was fascinated to find on an old list of stalls from 1892 at a Tenby market that 'beeves' was used as a plural for 'cow' just as 'calves' was used as a plural for 'calf'. I felt unnerved that this fascinated me, but couldn't deny that it did.|
|Look what it says in brackets |
by the word 'Foot' for the bit of our journey where we had to walk from one station to another.
|This pizza restaurant promises that it serves 'nothing frozen or nasty'. I do like that kind of reassurance from a restaurant. |