phrase of the day
Posted: Mon Nov 01, 2004 11:00 pm
Here is a little phrase of the day for you. Apparently, a girl from Kharkov National University picked it up from one professor from Cambridge university. So you may test it on your English teachers.
"Come on. I besiege you."
To be continued.
Posted: Tue Nov 02, 2004 9:56 am
I'm pressed for time, but had to answer right away.
The correct expression is:
I beseech thee (or you).
It means, I beg you or ask you sincerely. To besiege is to surround with military
forces, although there is a usage, the word "importune", which could be used as "I
besiege you". If I heard this from someone who was well educated it would be used
as a joke.
I can't help you with the script for H-D and the Marlboro Man, I haven't seen it and
scarcely think I shall.
Hello to all the new students at I-H and enjoy the Autumn, the leaves have turned
here and now form a spongy mass on the roads and walkways.
Posted: Tue Nov 23, 2004 12:18 am
When people say, "I’m so tired it's not even funny" or "my head hurts so much it's not even funny", why would it even be funny in the first place?
Posted: Tue Jan 02, 2007 7:47 pm
I've just come across a good one. Enjoy!
Nostalgia is the realization that things weren't as unbearable as they seemed at the time.