Tuesday, November 25, 2008

When Language Breaks Down

you know you have won.

In the past, I would use the phrase "cash-dollar," "cash-money," "cash-card," not only for my entertainment but to confuse the people I talk to.

Today, John Lethlean has written an article where he receives aforementioned "cash money."

Contextually, of course it isn't meant in the same way I say it.

BUT, it still happened.


No comments: