Bigsley the Oaf

Words That People Use That They Don’t Know the Meaning Of and When They Are Said It Just Confuses Everyone

Posted in Uncategorized by bigsleytheoaf on April 5, 2013

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  1. Dick said, on June 11, 2013 at 5:26 am

    Misnomer. A lot of sports broadcasters say ‘misnomer’ when they mean ‘mistake’ is my contribution here, trying to de-flake the whole flake-fest you have going, you raging flake.

    • bigsleytheoaf said, on June 11, 2013 at 7:45 am

      This is a lot more low-level mis-use than what I’m talking about, but sure. People also say “irregardless” and make other basic linguistic errors. I’m trying to point out the essential vagueness (and my resulting frustration) around some of the more heavy-duty terms out there.

      Also, I’m somewhat confused – are you saying I’m a flake? What do you mean by that?

      Thanks for reading 🙂


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