They already played those.
And Dad has a very big nose. It’s comic art, not photography.
Lucy is not a poet.
Sure. Not all things that existed before smart-phones have vanished. One of the great modern cliche’s is that kids only play with tech devices now.
Because of the word “Indian.” The indigenous nations of the Western Hemisphere were first called “Indians” as a misunderstanding, from Columbus’ misplaced certainty that he had landed near India. And, while Columbus was only naming the people he encountered in the islands, the misnomer spread throughout two entire continents, and it stuck until it became a pejorative and a cliche. The words Japanese and English don’t have the same problem.
Isn’t nothing what they do most of the time?
CEOs don’t last long at that company. She’d be banking on it not being her ticket out the door- unless she set her eyes on something bigger elsewhere.
It’s commonly believed that the one-time popularity of the name Fido for dogs came from Lincoln’s dog. There were dogs named Fido before that. The name came from Latin, and means, roughly “I am faithful” The Latin pronunciation would probably be ‘FEE-do,’ as what we call the ‘long i’ sound is an English thing.
So if Fido is the all-time classic dog name, why do we almost never see real dogs named Fido? It probably became so popular that it became cliched, and wore out its welcome.
Burke was noe of the first of the cast to pass. Frank Morgan went before her.
I dunno. Can you imagine having MMM on your resume?