wow-- your advice REALLY helped-- Thank you!!! I am Eternally grateful.(does this mean that all personal communication is fair game for your public website? If so, I'm definitely going to have to taper my drunk emailing/ homicide threats)
And you call yourself an addict! FOR SHAME!! http://www.askedahn.com/2009/09/concerned-about-your-blog.html
hahahaha-- I swear I remember that one... I just thought you might be getting desperate for posts and reneging on your previous promises (btw, "renege" was totally on my GRE)
A kid in my high school once pronounced it "ri NEEJ" and got into a big argument with our basketball coach (who was also the AP US History teacher) about the proper pronunciation. I remember the kid asking the coach "are you sure it's not ri NEEJ?" and the coach getting really pissed. I'm guessing people questioned his intellectual authority pretty consistently, seeing as how first name was "Coach."
too funny-- ah memories-- I once got into a huge fight over the pronunciation of "anise" no really, true story-- it was in ochem lab...
As in, "damn my Anise is sore today"?
as in "this anethole smells like anise"again, totally. not. kidding.
BTW, change the i in ri NEEJ to an a and you've got a pretty authentic sounding Indian name.
Sounds like something you'd overhear in pornstar speech therapy. Hm. New VH1 show?
my neighbor just banged on my wall because I was laughing too loudly--I think that means it's past my bedtime...undoubtedly tbc :)
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