Why do they call it “weeding” (don’t they mean the opposite)? Why bother “dusting” when nature will do it for you (unless, of course, you mean to get rid of the stuff)? When you say “either,” do you mean “and” or “or” (or “none of the above”)? When you are “bemused,” why aren’t you smiling (is it because you are confused)?
People like to talk about the beauty of nature. But I bet they wouldn’t say that if they were standing next to an erupting volcano, or in front of a crash of charging Rhinos (yes, that’s what they call a group of these fellas), or next to a tornado. In fact, I reckon they would have an altogether different perspective on the natural world at that point.
When I hear that a book or a movie or a song is “experimental,” it generally means one thing: it’s bad.
When my dog wags his tale or barks at strangers, is it involuntary or is he trying to send a message?
Would our lives would be a lot different if the sky was green instead of blue?