i found this cup at a second hand shop on the weekend. i don't know if it counts, but i'm still not sure what the person really would "rather" be.nix
Oh no, I think it goes the other way. It's not that they're boring, it's that they go so far beyond odd that they have to tone it down to "oddities" to avoid scaring everyone away. Like, "It's okay, they're just 'oddities'."
"Seems" to work for "Zagat" reviews.
Found this blog through a commenter on Lowercase l. This blog is just as great!!
What a marvelous site! I see these misused quotation marks everywhere, and I thought I was just being irrational or anal to care! Itr's nice to find "like-minded" people ... quotation marks intended.I blogged about this site, and others, at Under The News.
Disagree. Oddities is properly quoted, because it's too generic to mean anything, they categorize whatever can't be categorized into "oddities" as they say.Was that a paradox?
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