Sorry, but I was leaving a comment on Regina's (Bitnbyaquiltingbug) site, and I wanted to write "The comments had me in stitches----HA---that's a funny for sewers."
And then.....I looked at the word "sewers", cocked my head to one side, and asked DH how one spelled "sewer"---(the stinky, poop collector kind). Once he confirmed s-e-w-e-r, I suddenly thought....."ummmmm...I better not write "sewers" then to represent "people that sew" or that could get silly.
However, is "sewer" also a word to use to talk about someone that sews?
That's just funny
English language---who said it was easy?
Do you play a bass guitar or are you fishing for a bass?
Does a Buck play with female deer or Does?
Do you live for your favorite TV shows, or are you satisfied with Live TV?
and I won't even get into which "witch" is which?
or I went to the store with two dollars. You too?
Oh....it can go on and on. I recall coming across many of these fun puns on the English language.
OH YEAH....here's another
If the plural for Ox is Oxen, why isn't the plural for Box boxen?
And why do some words NOT have a plural form? Are we talking about ONE DEER or FIVE DEER?
Thank goodness I teach Math. No confusion there :0)
3+3 = 6 (unless of course you're talking base-3) Then 3+3=0 (Right???)