Monday Judgements and Warnings

As a reminder, here are the words and phrases that, if used in every day conversation as if nothing you’re saying is abnormal, make you look like Bozo the Clown:

1. Porridge
2. Pronouncing Van Gogh “Van GOCHK” like you’re choking or you’re Dutch or you knew him
3. My inner child wants a hug
4. Fantastique!

Please keep these in mind when conversing,
Louella of the Language Police

6 Comments on "Monday Judgements and Warnings"

  1. The Zadge says:

    Re: #2 and #4: Don’t you think the French are always speaking like they have swallowed something, perhaps a stray painter’s ear, and it’s stuck in their throat?

  2. Catalyst says:

    Jeeze, Louise. I thought it was Van Gofffff.”

  3. MidLyfeMama says:

    My inner child is always saying LEAVE ME ALONE STOP TALKING TO ME and DO YOU HAVE TO BREATHE QUITE THAT LOUDLY?

  4. Cupcake Murphy says:

    I have a sneaking suspicion that more people say “porridge” than admit it.

  5. Pecan pronounced pee-khan instead of pee-can.
    We all pee in a can, don’t we?