Then why do they get mad when I fart?
The teaching of English Language is declining alarmingly in the UK. I’ve even seen Christmas Cards with phrase such as “Your my best friend”. I’ve had young professional people say “Haitch” when describing the letter ‘H’. No one cares. Makes me very sad. I think young people today forget that education is a privilege, not a right.
Well, that’s the ex-centricities of English-English spellin’. If ya want to spell “H” phonetical, it is “aich.” Don’t make us haffta come over their and sort you out. BTW, Joe Bob loves haggis.
But why only colon(cologne) ?
Other things can be misspelled, right?
is it some sorta new trend going on?
Maybe because then, they cannot smell their colon!
They cannot be all real, come on…
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Hello Bubba and Joe Bob – I wondered where you had got to. Anyway, Haggis isn’t from England so nothing to do with the English people.
Then why’d you say UK and not England? Haggis = Scotland = UK.
Scotland ≠ UK
Northern Ireland ≠ UK
UK = England + Wales
Deal with it. Better sooner than later.
Hey Highlander – Scotland and Northern Ireland are indeed part of the UK. UK is England + Wales + Scotland + N. Ireland.
I read it on the internet so it HAS to be true.
Thanks for the info. Great site!
But I was talking about near future, when Scotland secedes from UK. Soon Northern Ireland will follow. And then UK will be a great super kingdom of England and Wales, aka “Half of an island”.
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I don’t know what my boyfriend was wearing,but it smelled like ass.
It’s not a new trend. Some of the tweets go back to 2013. I saw this colon compilation ages ago, this summer.
Also, mildly related, Fishbone has a song named “Warmth of your breath”, which was released in -93. The chorus on that song goes “May your dog’s colon be familiar with the warmth of your breath”. So at least from -93 people have been curious about colons.
It’s debatable where haggis originated. I’ve heard it claimed it was England and then it’s popularity moved northwards. Great foodstuff anyway. As for the Union, the Scots had sense enough not to vote to split in their recent referendum, I’m confident they’ll be equally rational in a few decades time when they may opt to check again. N, Ireland is at greater risk due to EU intransigence and mischief making, but they will have control over where the EU demanded border resides, so no legitimate reason to leave either.