“Some people are like Slinkies - not really good for anything,
but you still can't help but smile when you see one tumble down the stairs.”
Anything Goes Cole Porter Lyrics Good authors too who once knew better words, Now only use four-letter words,Writing prose, Anything Goes.
1. http://www.pangloss.com/seidel/Shaker/2. http://www.petelevin.com/shakespeare.htm... no Numbers involved.Cheers
Not big on bad language so I'll give it a miss
Right, Mick, r-i-g-h-t ...Cheers
I don't understand your meaning Minicapt?
I agree with Mick, and am always thankful when people put a warning up "bad words", that way I have a choice as to whether I would read the article, my choice is not to.A blogger I liked used a word the other day, that I find very offensive, since people like to use those words that is their choice on their own blogs, my choice is to not go back.
I appreciate your comment Merilyn. I'd hardly be seen as an anxious ever-wrought metro sexual bloke on the eternal search for offense, but I know what suits me. I don't expect that will always coincide with what suits others.Mind you, I've had civil works blokes on the books for years who respect my view and who tone it down when I'm about. I've told them you can have way more impact through being articulate, and way more recognise and think about that than you'd imagine.I may well have seen the same thing to which you refer a couple of days ago and I was surprised. There is that one word I find inexcusably ignorant - it can never be explained away as overexcited expression and it is always intended to give offense.
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