because people speak English
I would like to challenge Eric’s challenge, but I’ll do it in free style, neither American nor British style.
First of all, I really don’t think that “challenge” is interchangeable with “fear”, these two words pertain to two, radically different dimensions, something challenging does not have to evoke fear, it does not really have to be associated with fear. To my humble thinking, something challenging calls for a…Continue
Oi there folks,
Some time ago, when I came back from the health resort, I complained to my cousin in Canada how life seems to have take a turn for the worse, and here is what he sent me to make me feel better - sorry, I have no idea where he got this cool text from, nor who is the witty author.
AND THEN IT IS WINTER
You know ... time has a way of moving quickly and catching you unaware of the passing years. It seems just yesterday that I was young, just…Continue
This joke I got from my cousin from Canada
True story reported by an English guy who was stopped and asked to give a breathaliser test.
The English guy lives near Le Bugue in the Dordogne and at the time he was stopped he was as pis*ed as a rat...
The gendarme signals to him to wind down the window then asks him if he has been drinking, and with a slurring speech the English guy replies; 'Yes, this morning I was at my (hic)..daughter's wedding, and…
Today, while rummaging through the drawers of my desk, I came across this witty grammatical pun:
We’ll begin with box; the plural is boxes,
But the plural of ox is oxen, not oxes,
One fowl is a goose, and two are called geese,
Yet the plural of moose is never called meese.
You may find a lone mouse or a house full of…Continue