Molesting the English Language

Invented a new phrase today … I think. While talking about a road expanded about ten years ago, I said “yeah, this usta didn’t come this far.”

Yes, “usta didn’t.” Grammar and spelling nazi, editor at large. Came up with usta didn’t.

I plead the fifth (dose of DayQuil) and exhaustion from an annual crafting expo (creative nerd overload).

And besides – if usta could worked for Jeff Foxworthy, why can’t usta didn’t work for me?

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3 thoughts on “Molesting the English Language

  1. Mhm, that would have made me blink. Heh.

    • My friend who was riding with me busted out laughing – and gave me this look of “did you really just say that?”

      She too is a writer. One o the most articulate people I know. And I had her almost in tears laughing.

      I told her just wait, you’ll slip that into conversation in a week or so.

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