So I just noticed that the Merrian-Webster website has undergone a redesign. Bully for them. But I am relieved to see their accidental sense of humor remains intact.
Go the website and look up joke. Read it to acquaint yourself with what joke means. Then click on the synonym kidding.
Now you really know what joke means.
Hm. The Merriam-Webster website looks a lot like your blog.ReplyDelete
Well that's weird.
Let's pretend that's a purposeful and humorous take on what they did do on their website.
You did click kidding, right?
Yes, I did. I find your mockery of their honest mistake petty and cruel. Honestly, do you think it's your job to run around calling everyone on their errors? Don't be ridiculous--that's my job.ReplyDelete
P.S. Merriam ends with an m.ReplyDelete
I actually, literally LOL'dReplyDelete
Boy, Master Fob--you catch all my little jokes!
It was all for you, Mandi. Apparently.
Well, I was trying to get it (the joke) so that maybe it could be for me too, but alas, no such luck.ReplyDelete
Believe it or not, I actually discovered this almost seven years ago.
Crap. That was me.
(My most common post.)