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  1. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 7 days ago

    British TV series, “Downton Abbey”. There’s a tendency for Americans to add the “missing” w and make it “Downtown Abbey”. (“Missing” because in words like “Downton”, “ton” was originally “town”, as in “Washington” (“washing town”) and “Boston” (Botolph’s Town = “Bot’s Town” = “Bos Town”), the latter named after a town in England.

  2. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers about 1 month ago

    Most commonly, “trucker”. Trust me, the change in slang threw me as well.

  3. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers about 1 month ago

    Because according to the animals, they’re supposed to get what we get. If it’s something we eat, they want it; if it’s something only they eat, it can’t be that good!

  4. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 2 months ago

    Red and blue are the best colors to keep a kerchief looking decent even when dirty and/or sweaty. Other colors show stains to well.

  5. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 2 months ago

    Hee! :) I never had the pleasure — we don’t get much snow around here — but I’ve seen it done and it looks great!

  6. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 2 months ago

    You must be one of those people that goes around telling small children that eating cake and ice cream will kill them. Just enjoy the art for once.

  7. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 5 months ago

    I wound up using the old hand signals when a tire blew on busy street and I to turn on the flashers. You never know when you’ll need the old ways until you do…

  8. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 5 months ago

    And as originally performed, it lets you check the other guy’s right sleeve for a hidden dagger. You know, just in case. ;)

  9. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 6 months ago

    That they do. It’s a must for the tough stuff.

  10. wanderwolf commented on Pluggers 6 months ago

    That one’s more like “what goes down can still come up”, isn’t it?