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  1. David Rickard commented on Zen Pencils 6 months ago

    Too simple, too shallow. Sometimes working 9-5 is the only way to pay for a life which lets you do what you want. Be a car mechanic and write poetry in your spare time, just get the balance right. Also why does this kind of “advice” always cite selfish occupations? Why not suggest people may want to be a paramedic, police officer, soldier, charity worker rather than always self-centered vocations like those quoted here?

  2. David Rickard commented on WuMo about 2 years ago

    I have a black belt in Origami. Oh yes, the old ones are the best…

  3. David Rickard commented on Frazz over 3 years ago

    @GoldenRoya
    Where’s the “Like button?”. I really wish they taught Welsh in English schools. It’s part of our own landmass with a different language yet we get taught French :-(

  4. David Rickard commented on Frazz over 3 years ago

    @J Ba, A good proportion are bi-lingual but most speak English, unfortunately their native languages are struggling.

    What I don’t get is why Americans call their language English and then spell words differently. Why not just call it American? You can spell things how you like then.

    Toodle-pip!

  5. David Rickard commented on Frazz about 4 years ago

    Is it just me or is this ripped off from the most excellent film Ratatouille?

  6. David Rickard commented on Frazz over 4 years ago

    Where I come from (southern england) it’s more commonly “Red sky at night, shepherd’s delight, red sky in the morning, shepherd’s warning.”

    Or the version I use… “Red sky at night… The Barn’s alight.”

  7. David Rickard commented on Frazz over 4 years ago

    Maybe it’s a US/UK thing, but “barely” commonly means “only just” or “very nearly”. It’s a different word entirely to “bare”. Still very much in common use.
    The Grammar Emperor is a nice reference though :-)