20 Entries Tagged “English”

Funny Observations

2. If You Say a Word out Loud More then 10 Times, It Doesn’t Sound Like a Word Anymore

Prove me wrong. Say “plant” or “bed.” Really, any word. See also English.

Added by a Guest on June 12, 2022| 2 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Observations

3. Date, date, and date all mean different things, but are spelled and sound exactly alike.

Date the fruit, date the day, and date going out with someone. See also English.

Added by a Guest on June 9, 2022| 2 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Observations

4. Pony and Bologna Rhyme

But cough, rough, through, and though don’t. See also English.

Added by a Guest on November 18, 2020| 7 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Places

5. Sandy Balls, England

See also English.

Added by a Guest on July 5, 2018| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Places

6. Bitchfield, England

See also English.

Added by a Guest on May 15, 2018| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Places

7. Giggleswick, England

Just up the road from Wigglesworth. See also English.

Added by a Guest on March 17, 2018| 3 Comments | You Like This |

Funny Places

8. Wigglesworth, England

Just down the road from Giggleswick. See also English.

Added by a Guest on March 17, 2018| Comment | You Like This |

Funny Foods

9. Mockturtle Soup

The 18th-century version of imitation crab legs. Soup made from calf brains and organ meats to simulate the texture and flavor of turtle. See also English, Turtles.

Added by a Guest on January 3, 2017| 1 Comment | You Like This |

Funny Places

10. Whip-ma-whop-ma Gate, York

A street in York which is possibly the shortest street in England. Accordingly, it's often called the shortest street with the longest name. See also English.

Added by a Guest on October 9, 2016| Comment | You Like This |

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