Great Lakes?! Nope — TEXAS.
Great Lakes?! Nope — TEXAS.
Pretty much NOTHING like going to high school in a tiny college town on a mountain in Tennessee … mostly faculty kids and boarding students [who mostly didn’t mix].
It’s spelled “parseltongue” …
Lacock Abbey, not House.
Wasn’t this “flat” on “House Hunters International” a few years back?
Kristopher Valbuena: it’s still illegal.
I can spell “maintenance,” though.
Both of my parents have been dead since before iPhones existed, but this would SO be them.
If she was 15 when they started “dating,” and they were living together, her family damn sure could have done something about it. Per Wikipedia [not the most reliable source, I’ll grant you]: In California, there is a crime of “Unlawful sexual intercourse”, which is an act of sexual intercourse with a person under the age of 18 who is not the spouse of the person.
“Cat ownership” is an oxymoron.
It would be so nice if “journalists” got out of fourth grade having learned the difference between “lying” and “laying.”
“hit’s”??? Does ANYbody proofread before posting these “articles”?
No Worcester College?!
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Pretty sure Jane Austen WAS a Gentile, but I’m also pretty sure the “writer” of this post meant “genteel.” Good dictionaries are our friends.
“When you get them to go, there’s no way all of the fries are making it home.”
Or in my case, “there’s no way ANY of the fries are making it home.”
Pity the NYT staff can’t edit its own PAPER.
You lost me at “lay around.” Try grammar.
SANK a basket. Because grammar.
What’s the answer to #12?
Pretty sure Sara Johannes played Kenley on Project Runway a few seasons back.
Past tense of “to lead” is “led.” Correct spelling is our friend.
Are we supposed to feel sorry for these fools?!
And the “adult” part is questionable.
I was here in 1983 with my French professor [who married an American MP who had come ashore on 9 June] and it’s a haunting place. What an amazing tribute.
“Sats” [oxygen saturation], not “stats.”
LIE dormant, not “lay” dormant. Geez, how hard is it to use the right verb?
“Quality” and “white chocolate” shouldn’t be used in the same sentence.
Boerne, Tx., is pronounced “BER-nee.” Not “ber-NEE.”
“LYING” and “LIES,” not “LAYING” and “LAYS.” It’s really NOT that difficult.
Try using “lie” instead of “lay” — you know, USING GRAMMAR.
Why is Tommy SIlva not on this list?!
I was wondering how the Confederate States of America ended up with their own veggies. Now I know better. :)
Actually, the apples are “lying” on the ground. Because they’re not producing eggs.
“Everyone iterates on it” —> English: “Everyone copies it.”
If it’s single-malt, isn’t it WHISKY?
Nope — he’s still [and always will be] Obnoxious Richboy Intern on The West Wing. Loathed him then; still do.
BTW, the phrase “homo sapiens” is singular. “Sapiens” is Latin for “wise” [definitely not so à propos, in this case].