March 24, 2017 by Wrong Hands
Posted in Cartoon | Tagged Comic, Definitions, Funny, Grammar, Humor, Language, Phonics, Wordplay, Words | 6 Comments
I love it when you pop up in my feed – always fun and clever:) Thanks!
I love these.
But FYI placate doesn’t work in a non-US accent. In Britain we’d say /pləˈkeɪt/with a short “a”.
Fair enough. But it does, however, work with my Canadian accent.
[…] if you are learning British English, as they pronounce it differently. This is the latest from John Atkinson at Wrong Hands. See more of his “phonetically defined” words here. -via Nag on the […]
hatred could also be having a strong obsession over a primary color
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