Ant Lion

Dec 2, 2019

Word of the Day: Ant Lion: is neither an ant or a lion, it is the larval form of the lacewing fly!

“As Happy As A Clam”

The saying should be…”As happy as a clam at high tide” because clams ar harvested at low tide, so when the tide is high, clams are happy and safe. 🙂

Tongue Twister: Rory the warrior and Roger the worrier were wrongly reared in a rural brewery.

Did you know? The word therein contains thirteen words spelled with consecutive letters: the, he, her, er, here, I, there, ere, rein, re, in,therein, and herein.


“Blind woman gets kidney from dad she hasn’t seen in years”

*All info comes from the book The Weird World of Words by Mitchell Symons. All photography is mine.

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~ Edward Hopper

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