Friday, 15 February 2008

Good tidings

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This little beauty appeared in the God-awful Scotsman newspaper recently:

Apart from the gorgeous spelling errors, I enjoyed the sentence beginning 'Clothes, shoes...' The way the list suddenly recommences, seemingly apropos of nothing, is excellent: it's like when a newsreader is told to keep ad-libbing because the tape of the next story isn't ready yet.

It's good to be home, GrammarBlog.

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Blogger Gez said...

DVD's, CD's...

Although kudos for correctly using 'envious' and not the now ubiquitous 'jealous'.

15 February 2008 at 09:13  
Blogger Mike Mahaffie said...

I like the image of "tiding away clutter in the living room..." I picture a slow rising of the waters (of the Tyne?) up from the carpet to the couch-cushion level until slack-water. I see books, plates, and the television remote floating in for a moment before sliding out the front door on the ebb.

15 February 2008 at 18:13  
Blogger Mike Mahaffie said...

urmph! I left an accidental "in" between "floating" and "for." I beg your pardon.

15 February 2008 at 18:14  

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