Category Archives: wordplay

Indian English

The lingua franca in India is English. If you can only know one language in India, this is the one to know. A common misconception if you’re from outside India is that the entire country is culturally and linguistically as … Continue reading

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A collection of ideas #1

Think Fast… New Improv Game:Sit, Stand, Heart AttackEssentially after Sit/Stand/Lean or Sit/Stand/Lie Down, but one person must always be having a heart attack. Haven’t tried it out yet, but it should be hilarious. Optimus Prime with no legs…Pessimus Prime A … Continue reading

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Self-Referential Multiple Choice

I’m currently writing a multiple choice placement test for engineering calculus students. I wrote a draft, and sent it in to the professor I’m working for, where he found an error in this question. Which statement is correct about the … Continue reading

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Peppering of Humour

Perry Bible Fellowship has been going slowly for the past few months (although I did still check it obsessively while I was in Southeast Asia), so I’m happy to resort to xkcd for my visual endorphin needs.

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A wicked rhyme I thought up

Then I hit the pavement, wondering how the rave went.

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A Bar-worthy conversation

It was St. Patrick’s day. I had finished several Bailey’s on the Rock, three cans of Guiness, two black velvets, two Toucan Breakfasts and seven episodes of Arrested Development. The group decided to stop by at QP for some pool. … Continue reading

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Discovery: Grammatical Group

While over a discussion with my linguist/awesome/web programmer friend Eric Akaoka, I discovered the most interesting thing. He was going about correcting people on the proper use of the plural form of words, which is completely normal for him.e.g. Octopus … Continue reading

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Sin Combinatrics

I think this is fantastic. Found here: http://indexed.blogspot.com/2007/01/were-all-going-to-hell.html

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Shat

I just realized – perhaps its just me – that the word “shat” is an acceptable term for the past tense of shit. I’ll have to use it in a paper to find out. Go nested sentence structure!

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