In the Literal Sense-Yes, Ms. Brodie, you.
Please,please…soneone tell Carol Brodie to STOP using the word ‘literally incorrectly. It is so unprofessional. She must have said it over a dozen times this morn. She does this all of the time. Learn the definition of the word.
My comment has nothing to do with Brodie, but I wish the hosts and vendors would stop using the word “bang” when referring to hair fringe. A “bang” is a loud noise. The correct word for hair fringe is “bangs.” It should be used in the plural, since it takes many multiple strands of hair to create bangs. For some idiotic reason, they decided to lop the ‘s’ off of the word ‘bangs’ to make the word singular. It always sounds so ridiculous when someone says, ” I cut myself a bang.” “I created a bang with the curling iron.” “Ladies, put this hair topper on and create a bang.” REALLY??
Posted in Talk Among Yourselves
07.29.18 11:53 AM