Monday, July 2, 2012


Do you know why this picture is here?
I don't, but you'll never look at Megan Fox the same way again...

The first time I heard the word cliché was when I was 12, about the same age as Justin Bieber today.

I didn't know what cliche meant, and I definitely didn't know how to spell it.

Cleeshay? English has to be simple, not French.

Might as well name it cleejriaj69jifjijsa and it'd be the same thing.

I came across the word more often in high school, especially from my English teacher at the time, who now sings and plays the guitar for a living.

My school only hires cool teachers.
Like Jimi Hendrix. To teach English.

If you're reading this Mr Dimitroff, take it with a grain of salt. Or was that too cliche?

That's the problem.

It's not the phrase that everyone says which is the problem. The problem is that everyone is saying it.

Crystal clear?

Welcome to the club. Time after time, we will use cliches. You do the math. Without cliches, our world wouldn't be the same.

With cliches, our world would be the same.

And that's just the tip of the iceberg.

All those literary freaks can go buzz off. That includes them Grammar nazis who wont stop fixing you're speeling mistakes.

They'll be Russian to fix your terrible English.

It's like skating on thin ice when your around grammar Nazis.

Time and time again, they will get there knickers in a knot / trousers in a twist until the cows come home.

Unless you've got an ace up your sleeve, just go with the flow. Rome wasn't built in a day, so hold your horses.

It's hard to swallow (that's what she said) the fact that some people keep they're eyes peeled for these kinds of things.

But theirs no point crying over spilt milk. What's done is done.

The necks time I knuckle down to write, let's talk about the word hypocrite.