Verbal Confusion May 29, 2014Line Of The Week Friends, history, Humor, Lines, Recent, Uncategorized Tags: encourage, feelings, vocabulary “It is sad, but when I use a word that people don’t know, I try to make them feel better by telling them it was on my word of the day toilet paper.” Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Something about the ‘butt of the joke’ in there somewhere.
And this is why you are one of my very favorite commenters.
I thank you 🙂
Yeah that is sad. When people don’t know a word I use, it’s usually a matter of their lack of education rather than my knowledge.
Typically. The word that stemmed this conversation was “fodder”…
fodder?????? and they didn’t know what it meant? You need to talk to different people.
No, both of us knew what it meant! It just sparked the “you have no clue how many people don’t know that “fodder” is a real word” conversation.
Thats a little snobby, dont ya think?
Love it 😉
I love this one !!!!!
If you are using words people don’t know you either need to get smarter friends or get out of Portugal.