Merry Christmas from Boggleton Drive!
The first gift of Christmas! Thank you Professor Boggleton!!!
You’re quite welcome wordsmith!
Ha, that’s great! I’m still trying to think of a Christmas post. No inspiration yet. 😦
I’m sure your Christmas post, whatever it turns out to be, will be hilarious as usual 🙂
This explains why my ex-boyfriends never seemed to get it when I asked them to put the toilet seat down.
I’ve tried this excuse; didn’t work for me
And why my ex-girlfriends were always displeased when I couldn’t get it down.
…and why I could never get the Contra for NES code to work
Of course, it has nothing to do with the fact that they make everything out of plastic instead of die-cast metal. 🙂
And it’s weird how raise and raze sound the same but are antonyms. Really makes me think.
No. I’m not drunk. Thanks for asking, though. Great post!
Are workers on the assembly line even allowed to talk to each other?
As always, your comics crack me down!
Pucker up Boggleton, I’m coming at you with the misteltoe!
(That’s “merry Christmas” to anyone else)
Merry Christmas to you too! 🙂
That’s pretty interesting :> I can’t believe how many words a language could have for something as concrete as snow D:! Language really is beautiful.
Also, Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas to you too!
You ever wonder where the name eggnog came from? Looked it up the other day, kind of a strange history. It is pure luck that we don’t today call the drink “egg-flip”
Haha…got to love Nietzsche…though he has never been presented so comically…lol
Was Nietzsche a linguistic relativist? That’s news to me! Thanks 🙂
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I love your blog. It points out how clueless people can be 🙂 I enjoy the English language and I hate it when people butcher it.. grrr.. Happy Holidays!
Thank you! Happy holidays to you too! (I think you linked your website as an email address :S)
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