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You killed my father… prepare to die

The Princess Bride. A fantastic film in so so many ways.

Anyway, that’s not the point of this post (sadly – maybe another day). The point of this post is that copyblogger has a great post¬†about commonly misused words, how you should use them and how you stop yourself looking stupid.

Go on, what are you waiting for?

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0 thoughts on “You killed my father… prepare to die

  1. Jenn says:

    I <3 The Princess Bride. I also enjoyed that Copyblogger article.

  2. Edward says:

    I also like (can’t bring myself to do less than three) The Princess Bride. The Copyblogger article was less interesting to me – as well as being factually incorrect (“Afterwards” is fine)

    I like the picture of your Christmas tree, though.

  3. English Mum says:

    My Hubby has a weird form of film-related Tourette’s which manifests itself in him spouting random quotes from films. That one’s one of his faves. He’ll be in the shower and then I’ll hear:

    ‘You keel’ my fatha, prepare to die’

    Strange boy.

  4. I have one of those…but, it is not limited to the shower, sadly. lol

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