Unconscious Mutterings

I say … and you think … ?

  1. Return ::
  2. Alarms ::
  3. State ::
  4. Picture frame ::
  5. Wreath ::
  6. Arrest ::
  7. Sincere ::
  8. Nathan ::
  9. Bag ::
  10. Arched ::


Here’s mine.

I say … and you think … ?

  1. Return :: your books!
  2. Alarms :: silent
  3. State :: of panic
  4. Picture frame ::
  5. Wreath :: Christmas door
  6. Arrest :: -ed Development
  7. Sincere :: apologies
  8. Nathan :: Fillion
  9. Bag :: of pigs
  10. Arched :: eyebrows

Number 9 may require some explanation.  You can read it  here.


Mair starts her groovy new job tomorrow.  Good Luck, Mair!  Knock ’em dead!  Break a leg!  Keep us all post!

My new favorite Type-O

Note: One of our various illiterate secretaries from bygone years referred to her numerous typos as Type-O’s. That has forever (laughingly) changed the way we spell it at the office.
Okay, here’s my new favorite for last year, garnered from AARPs website article about looking back over the last 100 years trying to determine what makes a year remarkable:

• 1962: The Cuban missile crisis, which brought the world to the brink of nuclear war, has “all but disappeared” from public memory, Lytle says.

Last year, White House spokeswoman Dana Perino acknowledged confusing the crisis with the Bag of Pigs, the ill-fated U.S.-backed invasion of Cuba one year earlier.


Okay, so I still laugh out loud every time I re-read the sentence.   Does anyone else think it’s funny?  I make my share of Type-O’s (the apostrophe just adds insult to injury here, don’t you think?)  and have probably made six of them in this post alone, but mine are never funny.