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#1 2014-01-01 15:05:16

kem
Eggcornista
From: Victoria, BC
Registered: 2007-08-28
Posts: 2143

Best of 2013

The news outlets have been offering, over the past few weeks, the usual year-end retrospectives: who died, who made headlines, what was best, what was worst. My desk calendar says it is 2014 now. Time to pick the best of our 2013 eggcorns. Below is an alphabetical index of 450 candidates for this title, all extracted from notes we posted during 2013, year eight of the Eggcorn Forum.

The standard cautions: Not all the candidates are eggcorns, not all the eggcorn-like candidates are underwritten by good evidence.

We have about as many candidates this year as we did in 2012. Both 2012 and 2013 have offered fewer candidates than in earlier years. One of the reasons for the reduced numbers is, undoubtedly, that we have already harvested the most obvious eggcorns from the nest of English. For every eggcorn I came across this year and posted a note about, there was another that I didn’t post because I found that someone had mentioned on this Forum. Sometimes, to my surprise, I was that earlier poster. My memory is not what it used to be.

For the record, we have started almost 6000 threads in our eight years on the Forum and have generated more than 15,000 posts in these threads. Thousands of users have registered to post on the Forum, but the vast majority of posts over the years have come from about 25 regulars. Half of the posts, in fact, have come from just four members. In December of 2013, one of these members, David Bird from the class of ’08, became the first member of the Forum to cross the 2000 post mark. He also accounted for a third of this year’s candidates. We have reported him to the principal.

He probably won’t be punished. The eggcorn habit, as the principal knows, can be devilishly hard to break. Some of our earliest contributors still hang around the place. Pat Schwieterman from the class of ’05 popped in. Peter Forster and fpberger, both from the class of ’06, also dropped by in 2013.

The year 2013 yielded up a number of fascinating discussions. We played around with new terminology (making ourselves even more opaque to new Forum members). One of the terms was anticorn, an eggcorn that semantically opposes itself to its acorn. We also became aware of an early synonym for eggcorns, called “Phonetic Associative Interference.” And we explored the possibility of visual eggcorns Many of the best 2013 discussions started off with in-depth investigations of word histories. One of my favorites essays was the riff on fewmets inspired by a folk etymology in the book The Origin of Feces. There were also fervid discussions triggered by posts on double entendre, the grammatical pluralization of singular nouns ending in s, and wordchops.

We found a few non-English eggcorns in 2013: Hängematte (German) << hammock, Friedhof (German hidden eggcorn), Leid (German, hidden eggcorn), Sündflut (hidden eggcorn in German), fâchiste << fasciste (French), soufraite (hidden eggcorn in French), vagamundo << vagabundo (Spanish), and santilleen (Finnish eggcorn).

A big thanks, as usual, to Chris Waigl, the Eggcorn Faerie, for keeping the list operating in the face of software updates, spammers, and hackers. She throws a great party.

Here, then, are the 2013 candidates and their submitters. If you see any errors or omissions, let me know and I will correct the list in situ. Everyone on the Forum, not just those who have contributed to the list, is heartily invited to submit their own best-of list to this thread. Try to keep your list, if you can, to under 30 items.

80HD << ADHD | David B
a little eerie << a little leary | David T
a new lease << a new leaf | Dixon
a little weary << a little leary | David T
absurd << observed | David B
Abu Grave << Abu Ghraib | Dixon
accelerating << exhilarating | David B
actalight << acolyte | hstahlke
addendix << appendix | David T
ado << adieu | David T
affrontery << effrontery | David T
all-burn << auburn | David B
all told (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
all intent purposes << all intents and purposes | Dixon
alleaviate << alleviate | Kem
alltopsee << autopsy | David B
amendable << amenable | David T
ammendum << addendum | David T
antennochore << entomochore | David B
appearal << apparel | Kem
appendum << addendum, appendix | Kem
as a grain of salt << with a grain of salt | David B
attack of war << act of war| Juan
aubrown << auburn | David B
avert << avoid | Dixon
bad-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
bat-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
Battler eagle << Bateleur eagle | David B
bear-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Juan
besmirk << besmirch| pwoodford
besmurk << besmirch| David B
bias (pl.) << bias (sing.) | David T
biggening << beginning | David B
blank << blink | David B
blombastic << bombast | David T
blood-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
bo-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
bomblastic << bombastic | Kem
bottulism/botlusim/bottlism << botulism | Kem
brick and motor << brick and mortar | jlw
buggers << beggars/boggles | David B
bully (hidden eggcorn) | Kem (via Gustav Stern)
bully puppet << bully pulpit | David B
butt-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
cadaverous << cavernous | Dixon
cadjole << cadge, cajole | Kem
calling birds << colley birds | Kem
cameo << camo | Kem
case and point << case in point | Dixon
Caucuses << Caucasus | David B
celestial TV << terrestial TV | Juan
chic << sheik | Dixon
clamor << clamber| Dixon
clap lung << collapsed lung| David B
clean << glean | David B
cold-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
comely (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
common << comma | Kem
comprehensible << reprehensible | Dixon
compute << commute | Dixon
conjungle << conjugal | David B
consecreated << consecrated | Dixon
consent agree << consent decree | Sparky
consent degree << consent decree | David B
consequated << consecrated | David B
consoul << counsel | Kem
consoul << console | Kem
cosmos (pl.) << cosmos (sing.) | David T
could as been << could have been | Dixon
countify << quantify | David B
cover << covet | David B
covert << covet | Juan
coward/cowarded << cowered | David T
crackcase << crankcase | Kem
craiced up << cracked up | Eoin
cranked up << cracked up | Dixon
damsel in this dress << damsel in distress | David B
darned on me << dawned on me | David B
deaf and dump << deaf and dumb | Dixon
deafifying << death defying | David B
deathening << deafening | David B
deft defying << death defying | David B
delate << delete | Dixon
despairage << disparage | Kem
dispose << depose | Kem
distaint << disdain | Dixon
distinct << distant | David B
divine inflatus << divine afflatus| Kem
don’t fret the small stuff << don’t sweat the small stuff | fpberger
doomed on me << dawned on me | David B
double entrée << double entendre | David T
downed on me << dawned on me | David B
dragon << der Drache (kite)| Kem
droll << dull | David T
drowned on me << dawned on me | Pat
dually << duly | David B
dually << duly | David B
dumbed on me << dawned on me | David B
eerd << weird/eerie | David T
éminence grise (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
enamelled << enamoured | David B
encourage favor << curry favor | Kem
enhammered << enamoured | David B
estraingement << estrangement | Kem
ethos (pl.) << ethos (sing.) | David T
Eve’s dropping << eavesdropping | Dixon
ever dentally << evidently| David B
evoke << invoke | Dixon
exception and prove (hidden eggcorns) | Kem
excess tax << excise tax | Kem
axcise << excise | Kem
exhalerating << exhilarating | Kem
explunge << expunge | Kem
fâchiste << fasciste (French) | David B
fall << fool | Juan
fall << fault | David B
fantasy << fancy | Dixon
fecetious << facetious | Dixon
feign << feint | David T
feint << feign | David T
fennelgreek << fenugreek | Kem
fewfinder << viewfinder | Kem
fewmets (folk etymology) | David B
filibluster << filibuster | Kem
finale << finally | pwoodford
first come, first serve << first come, first served | Dixon
five golden rings (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
flaming young << filet mignon| David B
flash out << flesh out | David B
flats of butter << pats of butter | David B
fledge out << flesh out | David B
fletch out << flesh out | David B
fold-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
fool scale << full scale | David B
forbearer (hidden eggcorn) | David B
free rein << free range | David B
Friedhof (hidden eggcorn in German) | Kem (via Gustav Stern)
fuckin’ egg << fuckin’ A | David B
full-fudged << full-fledged | David B
full sail << full scale | fpberger
full sale << full scale | fpberger
funraiser << fundraiser | Kem
furr one’s brow << furrow one’s brow | Kem
Gaudi << gaudy | David B
general toss chicken << General Tao’s chicken | David B
general toast chicken << General Tao’s chicken | David B
genie << genius| rooneyjwelch
Genius Edition << Genus Edition | Kem
German (hidden eggcorn) | David B
girldle << girdle | Kem
glutinous << gluttonous | Dixon
gold-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
Googlenonces: genuine-flexing (genuflecting), mondo e mondo (mano a mano), Victoria Peddleton/Pedalton (cyclist Victoria Pendleton), Philip Buster (filibuster), sea urgings (sea urchins), sorrow-get-mother (surrogate mother), state of the heart (state of the art), Tankery Gin (Tanqueray Gin) | David B
goosied up << gussied up | David B
Gram(me) negative (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
gruff << guff, grief | fpberger
Guan Panama Bay << Guantanamo Bay | Dixon
gusted up << gussied up | David B
gustsied up << gussied up | David B
gymcanner << gymkhana/gedhana | David B
gymkhana << gedkhana | Kem
hair braid << hare brained | larrybob
hair jail << hair gel | David B
Hängematte (German) << hammock | Kem
hangmock << hammock | David B
hard desk << hard disk | Kem
hard and vast << hard and fast | David B
haughtier << hauteur | David T
hearsee << hearsay | David T
heart act << heart attack| David B
hectacre << hectare | Kem
hellion << hallion (18th cent)| Dixon
hoards << hordes | David T
hold-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
honor row << honor roll | larrybob
housepatality << hospitality | David B
hubbub << hub | David B
hypercritical/hypercrite << hypercritical/hypocrite | David B
identic memory << eidetic memory | David T
idiosecrecy << idiosyncrasy | David B
idiot secrecy << idiosyncrasy | David B
iffrontery << effrontery | Kem
ifso fatso << ipso facto | Dixon
in courage << encourage| GrantBarrett
indiscrepancies << indiscretions, discrepancies | David B
infeariority << inferiority | Kem
inner wishing << intuition | larrybob
interwishing << intuition | David B
into wishing << intuition | larrybob
invest << infest | larrybob
invoke << evoke | Dixon
ipso fatso << ipso facto | Dixon
irashible << irascible | Kem
it so fact so << ipso facto | David B
it goes without seeing << it goes without saying | David B
itso factso << ipso facto | fpberger
jealousy window << jalousie window | vexact
jet eye << jedi | David B
jump through the hopes << jump through the hoops | David B
jump through the ropes << jump through the hoops | David B
jump through the holes << jump through the hoops | David B
Katzenyammer << Katzenjammer| Kem
kneadless to say << needless to say | David B
kneel << keel | David B
kneeless to say << needless to say | David B
la vicious << lascivious | David B
lavicious << lascivious | larrybob
leaden with << laden with | Kem
learning the hoops << learning the ropes | David B
Leid (German, hidden eggcorn) | Kem
leitmotive << leitmotif | Kem
lightmotif << leitmotif | Kem
lightmotive << leitmotif | Kem
limp notes << lymph nodes | David B
limpless << listless, limp | David B
little down << whittle down | David B
longuish << languish | Kem
longuor << languor | Kem
longwished << languised | Kem
loops << hoops | David T
Lucky’s << Lucky | Dixon
lurk warm << lukewarm | terrycollman
lustivious << lascivious | David B
Lyme’s << Lyme | Dixon
make due << make do | Dixon
mangrove (hidden eggcorn) | David B
meatless to say << needless to say | David B
midruff << midriff | Kem
milksob << milksop | Kem
mock the floor << mop the floor | fpberger
molasses (pl.) << molasses (sing.) | David B
mold-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
Mongrel hordes << Mongol hordes | David T
mono on mono << mano a mano | David B
more that meets the eye << more than meets the eye | Juan
moreful << more fool | David B
mortise and tongue << mortise and tenon | David B
mortitorium << moratorium | Dixon
mouthstache << moustache | David B
much a dew << much ado | David B
much a due << much ado | Kem
mushrat << muskrat | Dixon
myocardial infunction << myocardial infarction | David B
myocardial infection << myocardial infarction | larrybob
mythos (pl.) << mythos (sing.) | Dixon
nada << not a | David T
Natural Geographic << National Geographic | Juan
neatless to say << needless to say | David B
neck jerk << knee jerk | Peter
Ned << mine Ed | Kem
need lease to say << needless to say | David B
need jerk << knee jerk | David B
needlers to say << needless to say | Dixon
newt << an ewt/eft | David B
nice and shining armor << knight in shining armor | David B
niche/nitch of the woods << neck of the woods | David T
nick of the woods << neck of the woods | David B
night and shining armor << knight in shining armor | David T
nip of the woods << neck of the woods | David B
nosey porker << nosey parker | David B
nosy poker << nosey parker | Kem
noisy parker << nosey parker | Kem
nonovirus << norovirus | larrybob
Nora virus << norovirus | David B
Norway virus << norovirus | David B
not a sole << not a soul | David T
notta << nada | David B
novavirus << norovirus | larrybob
novovirus << norovirus | larrybob
obstacle illusion << optical illusion | David B
odd center << off center | Kem
oddbeat << offbeat | Kem
off switch << auschwitz | Kem
offball << oddball | Kem
offrontery << effrontery | David T
offs and ends << odds and ends | Kem
old-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
on the odd chance << on the off chance | Kem
once or ever << whatsoever | Kem
once so ever << whatsoever | David T
one odd << one off | Kem
onerous causa/causes << honoris causa | David B
ordergraph << autograph | David B
ordures << hors d’oeuvres | David B
out like a lamb << out like a lamp | David B
out in a boat << out and about | Chandra
ovary action << overreaction | David B
overweaning << overweening | Kem
PageRank (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
palpable << palatable | Dixon
Pap test (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
paperazi << paparazzi | David B
parish << perish | Bill D
pass the buck (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
pathos (pl.) << pathos (sing.) | David T
patience << patience | Dixon
perknickety << pernickety | Kem
persnickety (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
pewter << putrid | Dixon
pewtrid << putrid | Dixon
Pho << faux | Dixon
pie dream << pipe dream | Kem
Pigment seahorse << Pygmy seahorse | David B
pike dream << pipe dream | fpberger
pin knuckle << pinnacle | David B
po-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
pokeadot << polkadot | David B
pokeymon << pokémon | Kem
popperazi << paparazzi | Kem
prince able << principle | Juan
prism << prison | David T
prison << prism | David B
prop (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
pumper crop << bumper crop | Dixon
q << queue | Dixon
quirky/quirk << corky/cork | DavidB
rambuckous << rambunctious | Kem
read havoc << wreak havoc | David B
renicked << reneged| Kem
roamer << rumor | David B
rolling stones (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
roughled << ruffled | David B
rude tree << rood tree | David B
ruffage << roughage | David T
rush and roulette << Russian roulette | David B
sadcloth << sackcloth | Kem
salmonella (hidden eggcorn) | Eoin
santilleen (Finnish eggcorn) | Kem
sap one’s strength (hidden eggcorn) | David B
sap << zap | Kem
savory (hidden eggcorn) << Kem|
scaffold fracture << scaphoid fracture | David B
scrap << scrape | Dixon
second guest << second guessed | Kem
self-deprivating << self-deprecating | David B
sheik << chic | Dixon
shin dig << shindig| David B
shined on me << dawned on me | David B
shone << shown | David T
shun one’s nose << thumb one’s nose | Dixon
side << size | Kem
sight for sore eyes (hidden) | David B
size << side | Kem
skateboard fracture << scaphoid fracture | Kem
sleep ap/app << CPAP | Dixon
so boppers << soap operas | Dixon
soap boppers << soap operas | Dixon
social lite/light << socialite | David B
soil (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
sole of discretion << soul of discretion | David T
songs good << sounds good | David B
sorry/sorrow (hidden eggcorn) << Kem|
soufraite (hidden eggcorn in French) | Kem (via Gustav Stern)
soul discretion << sole discretion | David B
soup opera << soap opera | David B
spearior << superior | David B
spins one’s money << spends one’s money | David B
spyer << spire | Kem
star crazing << stark raving | David B
stark naked << start naked (historical eggcorn) | Dixon
steal one’s self << steel one’s self | David T
still trap << steel trap | David B
still one’s self << steel one’s self | David B
stir crazy << stark raving | David T
stockiometry << stoichiometry | David B
stub one’s nose << thumb one’s nose | David B
stubble << stumble | Dixon
stunk << skunk | Kem
Sudan chairs << sedan chairs | Dixon
Sündflut (hidden eggcorn in German) | Kem (via Gustav Stern)
suposal abuse << spousal abuse | David B
suppose << spouse | Juan
suretain << certain | Kem
surthrival << survival | David B
survival of the fetus << survival of the fittest | Azimuth
sweetstakes << sweepstakes | Kem
switch << which | Dixon
T and T << TNT | David B
take defense to << take offense to | Dixon
tambour << timbre | David B
tastespoon << teaspoon | David B
teasespoon << teaspoon | David B
this stain << disdain | David B
tizzy fit << hissy fit | Dixon
TNA << T and A | Dixon
to do << ado | Dixon
toad the line << toed the line | Dixon
toe the line (hidden eggcorn) | Dixon
toed the line (hidden eggcorn) | Dixon
toilet treats << toiletries | David B
told-faced lie << bare-faced lie | Dixon
top act << tough act| Juan
torn ass under << torn asunder | Kem
Townsend (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
tripartheid << apartheid, tripartite | David B
unbiguous/unbigious << ambiguous | Kem
unbivalent << ambivalent | David B
unfinished truth << unvarnished truth | fpberger
unfurnished truth << unvarnished truth | Kem
ungarnished truth << unvarnished truth | fpberger
unsillied << unsullied | Kem
unwheely << unwieldy | David B
upfront << effront/confront | David T
upfrontery << effrontery | David B
vagamundo << vagabundo (Spanish) | Kem
vainal << venial | Davit T
vanal << venial | Davit T
warble << wobble | David T
wares and tares << wears and tears | Dixon
waterclogged << waterlogged | David B
waves << ways | larrybob
wearwolf << werewolf | Kem
wellcome (hidden eggcorn) | Kem (via Gustav Stern)
werewolf (hidden eggcorn) | Kem
Whitsun (reanalysis) | Kem
Whitsun (folk etymology from Witson/Wisdom Day) << | David B
widdle down << whittle down | Peter
widow down << whittle down | David B
winnow down << whittle down | Peter
winnowy << willowy | David B
wobbler << warbler | David B
wonderlust << wanderlust | David B
wonder us << wondrous | David T
woodshredding << woodshedding | larrybob
would as been << would have been | Dixon
wound << womb | David B
Wrack Beach << Wreck Beach | David B
yoman << yeoman | Kem
zap << sap | Kem

Last edited by kem (2014-01-06 04:09:55)

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#2 2014-01-01 15:16:16

kem
Eggcornista
From: Victoria, BC
Registered: 2007-08-28
Posts: 2143

Re: Best of 2013

Here are some two dozen eggcorns that are, in my opinion, 2013 standouts. They’ll end up on a sheet of paper I keep in my vest pocket, to be inflicted, like the previous end-of-year lists, on any discussion with more than two people in it. Seems, though, like I’ve had fewer of these discussions this year. Is word starting to get around?

We cleaned up our act a bit in 2013—there were fewer eggcorns pushing us toward an X rating. But we probably earned an R rating for violence. We were impressed, it appears, by the sheer upfrontery of a number of deft defying terms that urged us to react, burn, bugger, rough up, bluster, jerk, poke, pop, bomb, and jail:

roughled << ruffled
need jerk << knee jerk
all-burn << auburn
nosey poker << nosey parker
bomblastic << bombastic
pokeadot << polkadot
hair jail << hair gel
ovary action << overreaction
buggers << beggars/boggles
filibluster << filibuster
popperazi << paparazzi

Gentle eggcorns, though somewhat scarce on the ground in 2013, included four worthies:

longwished << languised
consoul << console
appearal << apparel
interwishing << intuition

Nothing in 2013 like our rash of religious eggcorns from 2012, but we did find a notable addition to the religion list in this term:

actalight << acolyte

Some of the best 2013 eggcorns lent themselves to a mood of sarcasm and invective. Those who disagree with us, we could say, are, itso factso, social lights with infeariority complexes that give rise to hair braid schemes:

infeariority << inferiority
hair braid << hare brained
social light << socialite
itso factso << ipso facto

Four simple but elegant rejiggings of physical/technical terms get an end-of-the-year tip of the hat:

waterclogged << waterlogged
hectacre << hectare
identic memory << eidetic memory
sleep ap/app << CPAP

For the SNOT award as the most overlooked English eggcorn reported this year, I nominate fpberger for her untimely capture of:

gruff << guff, grief

Last edited by kem (2014-01-06 04:14:15)

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#3 2014-01-03 03:14:33

burred
Eggcornista
From: Montreal
Registered: 2008-03-17
Posts: 943

Re: Best of 2013

I have been longueuring over my list to be able to revisit some of the pages we made this year. I had lots of fun again and I’m grateful to everyone for their contributions. In my defense regarding the number of entries, many were to report on eggcorns that others had found on other language sites. These provided a lot of my favourites of the year. The “dumbest tweeets” site was a treasure grove that produced these gems: hair jail for hair gel, hollow cost/holla course for holocaust, jet eye mind trick, for lease Navidad, mini pulse for menopause, ghanacolleges for gynecologist, wound for womb and dear ovary act.

Other hits that came in a bunch were David Tuggy’s collection of plural words, for the singular words bia, cosmo, etho, and patho. Dixon added mytho, and I molasse.

I also enjoyed the following, in nearly alphabetical order. This year there was more overlap with kem’s list than has happened in the past.

appearal << apparel (kem)
bottlism << botulism (kem)
caucuses << Caucusus (db)
consoul << console (kem)
coward << cower (dt)
damsel in this dress (db)
eminence grise (kem, hidden)
wearwolf << werewolf (kem)
werewolf (hidden, kem)
feign << feint (dt)
fewfinder << viewfinder (kem)
hectacre << hectare (kem)
identic memory << eidetic (dt)
inner wishing and into wishing << intuition (larrybob)
leaden with << laden with (kem)
Sudan chair << sedan (dixon)
survival of the fetus << fittest (azimuth)

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#4 2014-01-06 00:26:11

David Bird
Eggcornista
From: Montréal, QC
Registered: 2009-07-28
Posts: 1180

Re: Best of 2013

I enjoyed kem’s and burred’s list. Here are my picks that we shouldn’t stub our noses at. Again, most of the hits nominally under my name here were reported by others on various mangled usage threads.

nonovirus << norovirus | larrybob
Natural Geographic << National Geographic | Juan
Mongrel hordes << Mongol hordes | David T
Guan Panama Bay << Guantanamo Bay | Dixon
jealousy window << jalousie window | vexact
Hängematte (German) << hammock | Kem
general toast chicken << General Tao’s chicken | David B
flaming young << filet mignon| David B
divine inflatus << divine afflatus| Kem
take it as a grain of salt << with a grain of salt | David B
irashible << irascible | Kem
nice and shining armor << knight in shining armor | David B
nosy porker << nosey parker | David B
nosy poker << nosey parker | Kem
once so ever << whatsoever | David T
pigment seahorse << pygmy seahorse | David B
through the prison of << prism | David B
this stain << disdain | David B
toilet treats << toiletries | David B
torn ass under << torn asunder | Kem
vagamundo << vagabundo (Spanish) | Kem
widdle down << whittle down | Peter

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#5 2014-01-08 07:40:34

Dixon Wragg
Eggcornista
From: Santa Rosa, California
Registered: 2008-07-04
Posts: 636

Re: Best of 2013

Kem, I appreciate your work in putting together lists like this. I always feel honored when my contributions are included. (It’s nice to know I can contribute in spite of not having any training in linguistics like you heavy hitters have.) And it’s very gratifying to see that about 16% of the ones in your list are from me! We haven’t run out of eggcorns yet! Excelsior!

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