Twiglet #221

It’s not you

A twiglet’s aim is to “prompt” a thought. If something comes to mind, write. A polished piece isn’t the goal; creativity is. Leave a link, if you’d like your work read, but comments should not be expected.


20 thoughts on “Twiglet #221”

    1. Like the punny references… We need to listen to our bodies.
      I’ve known a few folks who do just fine roasting themselves!


    1. Why is Y only a vowel sometimes…(I was thinking to say something that might have been possibly clever, but I don’t want to offend anyone…) Letters and words can be as sharp as blades and stones.

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      1. I had that vowel/consonant thing explained to me sixty or so years ago, but I forget. You know the kitchy “ye olde” signs? That “y” is a “th”. And “year” has a little hard sound at the beginning something not vowelish as “iear” or “eear” would be. I have some interest in this, as a Young who was once a Yates.

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        1. It is interesting how our own alphabet has changed. At one point an & was a letter and I think the Th symbol was also a letter.

          Thanks for the explanation. Much appreciated. 😀

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    1. If you will, fix the original and delete the other. And: one does not call one person “y’all.” That is the whole point of having a plural. 😉


      1. It’s a royal We thing. Singular we is as common as chips over here. Will fix you as soon as finish chopping these ferocious onions.


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