From cellfish friends to straight up askholes, here are 17 words the English language needs to add to its lexicon.
The of and to. A in is I. That it, for you, was with on. As have … but be they.
The Art of Manliness recently put together this collection that looks at military slang that was used back in World War II. It looks like the “greatest generation” also had some of the greatest slang.
Learning a foreign language isn’t easy but judging from these pictures you don’t even need to learn a foreign language to be a translator.
Poor letter spacing can ruin (or make hilarious) even the best thought-out text, as these examples demonstrate.
We use idioms to pepper our speech and writing, often without even realising we’re doing it. These odd little phrases are used to express a sentiment other than their literal meaning. When you stopped to think about some English idioms and their literal meaning, you found some of them very funny.