Discussions about eggcorns and related topics
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Chris -- 2011-03-08
Who was the character Rudolph the red nose rain deer orignally created for?
Enjoy our collection of egg knock recipes
on the bottom of a pack of mints pies its said
Also mentioned before, but a good one:
As Christmas rapidly approaches I pray that you and your family will once again be wrapped in awe and wonder
Which would not be a bad thing to wish you all in your huntings.
Last edited by JuanTwoThree (2010-12-24 05:56:48)
Lowing behold, I just received an e-mail from a student in India, wishing me a Mary X-mas.
Hey, what the… * surrounded by host singing ‘O Holy Night’ *
Early entry for next Christmas.
Lo and be whole, we wound up back at Eddie’s flat
(snippet from http://blogs.myspace.com/mostlymoptop)
By the way, “egg knock” is a classic eggcorn that almost made my best of the year list. Maybe due to influence of same at the time.
Last edited by burred (2011-01-17 22:37:33)
Fear not, for I bring you tithings of great joy.
Pastor Denise Tolbert and the church will be bringing good tithings of great joy.
http://www.stjohnstruevision.com/cgi-bi … h=7&day=24
Last edited by David Bird (2011-12-15 23:44:17)
there really aren’t any traditional Chanukah pastries of I mean, it’s not like we have a you’ll log.
christians call this the tidyings of great joy.
“Get Dressed Ye Married Gentlemen”
Last edited by JuanTwoThree (2011-12-24 03:18:56)
As one of the few likely to be shovelling snow today, I must put in a vote for one of the priceless mondegreens in Juan’s link:
In the meadow we can build a snowman,
Then pretend that he is parched and brown.