Category Archives: changes to the English (slang)

A DRY SLIM JIM

This “smoky snack stick” dried Most likely with shelf life applied… Does its job For less than a bob, Life is slowly revived! – –J.E.C. Advertisements

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MAKING OUT LIKE FLYNN!

“Making out like Flynn,” A fortunate position… Irish or not The comment caught, ‘Though “making out” means more than it did then!* – –Jonathan Caswell *reference this with a reference to the actor, Errol Flynn at http://www.phrases.org.uk , where the … Continue reading

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WEATHER WATCHERS’ WORD

When weather watchers sizzle, They come up with words like “snizzle”… A combo word Sounding absurd, A mix of snow and drizzle! – Jonathan Caswell

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