Thursday, April 29, 2010

Trite and True

There's no 'I' in TEAM. There's the trite.

Now for the true:

There's no 'I' in MOTHER, either.

In fact, here is a whole slew of words that discriminate against 'I':


These words could handle a little less 'I':


And these words should just be stricken from the dictionary altogether:

Kidney Stones

Now it's your turn. What words do you think need a makeover?

p.s. Why didn't anyone tell me my nose is abnormally huge?


Sandra said...

Ooh, fun new blog look. I'm absolutely too tire to play any word games. Oh, sleep. There is no I in sleep. That's entirely my own fault though. If I would go to bed at the same time as the rest of the family, I would probably wake up around the same time and wouldn't get irritated with them for making so much noise or turning on the lights. I think clothes-washing should be on the "little less" list. It pretty much is in my house anyway, that's why there is a huge pile of dirty laundry in the corner of my bedroom. Hope you feel better soon. (p.s. Your nose is perfect!)

Sharlee said...

I think VACATION could use a little more I and stress could use a little less of it, thanks for asking.

Well, when God gives us less of one body part--say cleavage, for instance--I guess maybe he has to put the extras somewhere--say nose, for instance, or bum, for instance (my instance). But seriously, your nose couldn't be cuter.

Is Ty not feeling good? Boo, hiss.

Michelle said...

Paaaaaalease, your nose it not big you silly girl. Hmmm. . .the people that I want stricken from the human race are lazy and arrogant people. According to Darwin the lazy people should be gone by now. Ohhhh . . . you wanted words stricken from the dictionary?

Parley and Anna and family! said...

A little less I in hiney and thighs would be great and a little more I in summer--I can't wait for some heat!
So is it you that's sick or hubby? Either way, I hope the sicko feels better soon!