What the -- how did I get here?! Where am I!?
Drink, drank, have drunk.
Sink, sank, have sunk.
Blink, blank, have blunk.
…wait a minute.
I got A-mail once.
Does Boris have one yet?
I’m still working on the “lay/lie” thing, and people have been getting that wrong since at least the 1930s (I’ve heard the mistake in old movies from that time).
Once I’ve sorted everyone out over that issue, I’ll move on to the “she/her” thing.
I grew up having to eat it. Now it’s equivalent to dog food on my list — sure, I’ll eat it, but mostly as a joke.
It’s not a kind of food, it’s spam.
We had a cottage in the 70s and 80s. No electricity, no insulation. During the day it got so hot you had to go outside. There was a wood burning stove, an old one we pulled out of the rubble of the house that had stood on the property for decades.
It was awesome.
Anyone who calls it “roughing it” when they have a roof over their heads is living a pampered life.
Farmers burn the stubble off their fields after the growing season, so they can prepare the ground for the next season. Mice and other creatures live in the stubble. I’ve had to help do this, and I don’t like it. Their screams are disturbing.
Depends how much tim I’ve got lef.
The actor Terrence Howard thinks 1 times 1 equals 2: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Terrence_Howard#Terryology