Sometimes when the weather gets so summery I just get so busy summering that I forget things I did a while ago and sent off. I know right? Well, here’s one: a podcast version of my article on “I know, right?” It’s a nice reminder of how much of what we say is verbal gesture rather than literal denotation.
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- 365 words for drunk
- around, about, approximately
- I plight thee my troth
- Can a metaphor be hyperbole too?
- E.g., this kind of thing, etc.
- Commas before quotes
- bookstore, bookshop
- Among other things, it's a sentence adverb
- An article title, "An article title 'An article title needs commas' needs commas," needs commas