When I am inevitably forced to create my own coat of arms, this will be in a fancy scroll, in Latin, along the bottom.
A simple Google search provides so many surprising insights into who we are as a people...
An old-fashioned intersection.
"Every day" = each day. "Everyday" = commonplace. Honestly, this is not a hill to die on. I just noticed it once and now it seems to be everywhere...
An oddly aggressive sign outside a church in Austin, TX.
First, full marks for the Covida Loca reference. This I liked, very much. Is it in bad taste? Almost certainly. More a crime against language, and therefore against humanity itself is the "everyday". "Everyday" = commonplace. "Every day" = each day. Thank you for your attention.
As the great Tom Selleck’s character Peter observed in 3 Men and a Baby, it doesn’t matter what you say to a baby, “it’s the tone you use.” And so this is how to talk to the baby. Agreeing with her observations in cheerful, supportive voices. “Dog,” she might proclaim, sticking a tiny, damp finger up … Continue reading On Lying to Small Children
I did not realize that Gandhi had so much influence on Prince's spelling eccentricities. If true.
Cut-out-and-keep. You will need this at some point this week. I guarantee it.
First, when did fortunes stop being actual predictions of the future and more like oddly specific advice/instructions? Second, the friend you take should probably be a copy editor. I'm saying there's a typo there.