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If cat people places are peopled by cat people, then cat people people cat people places. And people people people people people places.
Isn't it time "the mess we inherited from Labour" was renamed "the mess we're leaving for Labour"?
Post by @michaelrosenyes on why a simplistic spelling/punctuation/grammar test for children is wrong: http://michaelrosenblog.blogspot.co.uk/2013/04/lies-about-spellingpunctuationgrammar.html …
The most obscene phrase I've heard on the radio today is "soft on human rights". It's being used to mean "in favour of human rights".
How can anyone think that wholesale corruption of politics is just "a Westminster bubble issue"? I despair of this country.
My mother was ill a few weeks ago. Rang the surgery. Doc made home visit about an hour later, fixed the problem, no charges. That's the NHS.
"He, she, that or those who or which tweets or tweet only proverbs is or are most likely a spammer or spammers"---new non-Chinese proverb
Splinfinitive n. An infinitive so split as to goad the misguidedly pedantic speaker into a spluttering rage.
Some people make life better just by existing.
Plays in the right number of orchestras (n > 0; n ∉ N). Likes words. And cheese. Tweets quite a lot about science too. Recklessly learning Norwegian.