cretinbob: God Is My Co-Pirate: Every two years is biennial.Yeah, I wasn't going to repost to correct that. I have full faith and confidence that someone else would. Bi-annual is nothing. The correct word is biennial.My wife and I were discussing this the other day. Autumn is a sub-season of Fall. She thinks it's the beginning,late August til the leaves fall, I think it's more the time when it's starting to get darker and colder after the leaves have gone, later October to beginning of Winter.
trappedspirit: White lady problems
timujin: It's not. Growing up in southeast Texas we had both summer and hell, hell being the preferred.
Tired_of_the_BS: A few responses above that autumnal (x) > fall (x). Where I grew up, people just say winter (x), and summer (x), but for spring it's almost always vernal (x) and for fall autumnal (x).
We shall give Spring an additional name:
highendmighty: HighZoolander: /why measure length with letters?Isn't there a tattooed penis joke out there somewhere.
cman: Its a vulgar Germanic term versus an educated Romantic word. There will always be this argument.
DROxINxTHExWIND: Tell Me How My Blog Tastes: GreenAdder: It's pop.It's coke. Coke when it's cold, coke when it's kinda cold, coke when it's hot, or "Phi-slamma-jamma-time" as we call it in DC, and coke when it's kinda hot. COKEThe only thing that we call "Coke" in DC is Coke...oh and coke (sniffle). But the correct term for the carbonated beverage is "soda".
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