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Thanks for all the goati!

Goati makes me smile.  It is, says Wikipedia,  “a creative respelling of the word fish, used to illustrate irregularities in English pronunciation and spelling.”  It is often attributed to George Bernard Shaw, a supporter of the cause for English spelling reform, but does not appear in any of his known writing.  865 more words

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Music

I’ll let you in a super obvious hobby of mine.

It’s listening to music. You need not to ask what genre.I am into almost any genre I hear as long as I can actually understand it. 597 more words

The Chaos

"Just compare heart, beard, and heard, dies and diet, lord and word"

The Chaos, by Charivarius (1870–1946).

Dearest creature in creation,
Study English pronunciation.
I will teach you in my verse
Sounds like corpse, … 575 more words

Poetry

Intermittent Fasting for Real People

PART 1:
I have been looking into intermittent fasting articles recently because I many years ago I used to fast as part of my yoga practice.  1,100 more words

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The Chaos of the English language

English spelling is undeniably chaotic. There’s an exception to almost every rule, 26 letters have to do the job of around 44 phonemes, and ‘English’ is less its own language than a strange combination and mixtures of myriad other languages both ancient and modern. 1,653 more words

Writing