Using Words Without Knowing What They Actually Mean


http://themothchase.files.wordpress.com/2009/11/calvin-and-hobbes.jpegI have a botheration with personages who are adamant about using words that they don’t comprehend. Sure, conversing with these scholarly words makes an incontrovertible impression, at first. It does not take much, however, to become cognizant of the fallacies contained within their usage of the aforementioned words. All it takes is a little inquisition.

For instance, auscultating a sentence or two is usually enough to perform an analysis of these ignorant blunders. “I was invigorated to the movies last night. I’m so glad I went! It made me feel strobilate!

The errors inherent are apparent. While an excessive palaver is exceptional, a mastery of the words within is just as paramount.

Let Using Words Without Knowing What They Actually Mean Die

Photo Credits: Calvin and Hobbes, found from here

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3 responses to “Using Words Without Knowing What They Actually Mean

  1. Classic Calvin and Hobbes..
    I have all their books in my storage room xD

  2. It is even worse when YOU know what the word means, and that they used it incorrectly, and they ignore you when you try to tell them what it really means…

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