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I recently read Alice in Wonderland, which contains all kinds of linguistic fun. Let me share some of the bits that I enjoyed: ‘Mine is a long and sad tale!’ said the Mouse, turning to Alice and sighing. ‘It IS … Continue reading
My sisters discovered that once you defeat all the monsters in Castle Panic, you have time to build a real castle.
I was smiling to myself as I strode out of the train station towards work. But I slowed to a stop as a stocky young man who’d been ambling towards me hailed me. ‘Excuse me,’ he said. ‘Could you help … Continue reading
In recent months, some of my friends have taken to having hearty discussion about Myers-Briggs Typology, and encouraging everyone to take an online typology test. I was first introduced to this system of describing people around ten years ago. I … Continue reading