Sunday, November 27, 2016

A "Boor" vs. a "Bore" - from English Lessons series, or: "How To Not Be a Baby Bore" - from "Mum's The Word"

On "boors" and "bores":

Bourbon ("Boor born" attacks the "Well born"-s, etc.) Street, New Orleans (New Orly - New Eagles - ?!?) Shooting Leaves 1 Dead, 9 Hurt: Police:

"The Bayou Classic is the annual college football game between the Grambling State University Tigers and the Southern University Jaguars."
"You still hitch,
And we still pitch,
That what said The Mayor Mitch..."
"So far, so good... The main thing is, leave the cops and the crowds alone", he added.
Review your transcript for the full list of comments and interpretations. - M.N.

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"A bore is a man who, when you ask him how he is, tells you."
"And tells you more, much more; more than you've ever expected or wanted to hear, to see, to read, to learn, and to know." - M.N.
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"In other words, a bore-man is happy to expose and to reveal himself in all his natural, unnatural, supernatural, and the tattooed beauty. Ain't it really boring?" - M.N.
How To Not Be a Baby Bore - Mum's The Word:
"It just became blasé, or blazeh, not to be confused with Blaise, see below", said Mayor Mitch  Landrieu,  "with the home work remaining".

The End of Lesson

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