There was the guy that called the CBC the Canadian Broadcorping Castration.
Since it's Good Friday I think it's a good time to start a thread of examples we've heard of the English language being crucified. Could be fun.
I assume my nit pick is more of a spelling error than a crucifixion but I see people everywhere use the word "loose" for the word lose. A screw is loose, so we could lose the bolt is how it should be spelled.
The hoors of the English language is the Americans because after their revolution they tried to change the spelling of proper English words.
The very title of this thread - especially this time of the year - is quite obviously the fruit of a sick mind, with minimal knowledge of the English language.
And the top of the morning to you, Cliffy!
Festivities? It is Easter, a CHRISTIAN holiday - what does that mean to an atheist like you? Why would you even consider the Easter Season a festivity?
At any rate, I appreciate that you finally gave me credit for what has been obvious forever: my sense of humour.