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#4282 - 07/19/00 11:08 AM bricks
just read jackie's story of mistyping "pronunciation" as "pornunciation" which made me roar with laughter.
recently i had the misfortune to refer to "political correctness" as "political erectness" - in a business meeting!
does anyone else have any freudian slips or bricks to add?
#4283 - 07/19/00 12:55 PM Re: bricks
Loc: Louisville, Kentucky
Mark this well, william!
If you read the false friends thread in this same
category, you'll be rolling!
#4284 - 07/19/00 01:05 PM Re: bricks
too right, jackie.
should have placed this in the false friends arena!
still, maybe there are some freudian slips that might come out.
#4285 - 07/19/00 05:46 PM Re: bricks
Loc: Cincinnati & Loveland, Ohio, U...
Here's a good one:
a girl was doing the morning announcements in my high school and she was saying something about the International Thespian Society, but she accidentally said International Lesbian Society.
#4286 - 07/23/00 05:23 AM Re: bricks
Loc: Sydney Australia
>>still, maybe there are some freudian slips that might come out<<
Are you sure you don't mean freudian slits?
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