And "fail" is not a noun.
You fucking trendy fuckers. . . .
And according to Nero Wolfe, in a wartime novella I recently read, "contact" is not a verb.Personally, I wouldn't get in Joe Kapp's face about it either way.
Donald Hamilton made the same point in the number of novel but I read I think the difference between you and me is when you read those books you think the authors crazy when I read those books I say go man go
I am dictating these
On the other hand, according to Norman Mailer, in a wartime novel i read, Fug is a verb, a noun, an adjective, an adverb, and a San Francisco rock band.
Are you using an iPhone app to dictate these?
(1) I *am* using an iPhone app (actually, it's built into the operating system). Well, not RIghT now. . .I think it was the self-same Norman Mailer novel, and its use of "fug"that led the Mythical Monkey to use the seawardin his first novel.I think he was saying "let's not beat around the bush" ( so to speak).
Re: dictationI blog whilst drivingGives me a built-in excuse for posting horse manure
Whilst is apleasant affectation
It is!Don't you mean:'tis?
Aye, yon phrase needs editing ... 'twere best done quickly.
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