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Subject:Re: homophones From:Sarah Mahoney <smahoney -at- U -dot- WASHINGTON -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 31 Jan 1994 08:23:18 -0800
RE: "You've got another thing coming."
I just now read the "think" version in a magazine article, and
I couldn't believe it! That is the first time I have ever seen
that version in print, and I think it's a shame it made it past
the proofreaders and editors on the magazine staff.
> Sorry, but I remember the first time I heard "another think," and know that
> "another thing" predates it. And if you think about it (:-), "think" is not
> a noun, so this version is more likely to be someone's creative play on the
> original (and more grammatical) version, rather than the other way around.
> Heli Roosild
> Network Imaging, Herndon VA
> helir -at- msmailhq -dot- netimage -dot- com