|Cease thy noise, foolish one! The snake is dead, it has not bitten thee. Wherefore all this brouhaha?|
|I think of Evvy/Corny every time the traffic reporter on local radio refers to people slowing down to stare at accidents on the road as 'rubber-neckers.' I didn't know it was such a common phrase.
Another closet CS fan?
|I love it when people are described as 'ornaments' of their form. It's so vey quaint.|
|fingers that had all a Frenchwoman’s gift of elegance|
|Fiona Mc wrote:|
|I love 'its not my cup of tea' or 'for all the tea in China'
Tend to use the first on at times myself
|Lisa A. wrote:|
|I am currently torturing my class with can/may - it is causing great hilarity and becoming a class joke!|
Oh yes, that is a good one. Especially when one kid looks gormelssly (can't spell, it's the end of the school day) at you, and other kids are chanting the rest of your sentence ("yes you can borrow a pen, but the real question is may you borrow one.")
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