Tuesday, 25th of September, 2007
Picture - The best way to contain Mollie on the computer desk.
Monday, 24th of September, 2007
If you're into linguistics, you should verify the way that the word "won" is pronounced (as in the past tense of win) and listen carefully to how people (especially Asians) pronounce it. I was shocked and how my ear never discerned the difference between won (like the Korean currency, or better, won-tons) and won, and of course I've been pronouncing it incorrectly.
A more obscure piece of trivia: Won can also mean "to dwell or abide" and it can either be pronounced like the past tense of win or with a long O sound, like the German verb wohnen. This makes complete sense because that's what the German word means - to dwell or abide. It's an archaic use of the word in English, though.