Top Ten British Words:
"Went for a 4 miler and then when I got back from work we took the kids swimming. Nice and knackered now." – blog post at SoreLimbs.co.uk, January 18, 2011
"[Greece] flouted European Union rules on the limits to budget deficits; its national accounts were a moussaka of minced statistics, topped with a cheesy sauce of jiggery-pokery." – Jeff Randall, The Telegraph, May 20, 2010 ( I think I just had an orgasm, lol)
"Gormless, unhelpful and poorly trained shop staff create merry hell for customers who are simply exercising their legal rights to a repair, refund or replacement." – Sam Dunn, Two Pennies Worth blog, March 22, 2011
"Brain boffins at University College London have made a major breakthrough in the ongoing effort to bridge the gap between man and machine." – Rik Myslewski, The Register, April 11, 2011 (I think Cally just had an orgasm,,hahahah)
So there you have it. My educational moment of the month. The importance of language in how you present yourself can not be calculated easily; but it is a rare occurence to come across a successful person that is not well spoken, well read and well written.
“Being deeply learned and skilled, being well trained and using well spoken words; This is good luck”~~Buddha