Re: Friday Poll Idea (WAS: In love with a word)
Okay, who else wants to confess? Happy Friday all!
Yes, we need to lighten up a bit. In the past, this list has seen the fur fly in the days leading up to Christmas. We somehow dodged that this year, but this year we waited a couple weeks to start the annual holiday flame war. Anyway, here are words we should see more often, but you'll probably never see in a manual.
Love Your Neighbor
Depends how you punctuate it. I could see a sample letter in a manual for a word processor that reads:
If your dog craps on my lawn again, I'm calling the police.
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