The Most Important Question Of The Day - Eric's House Of Ego
The Most Important Question Of The Day|
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I'd rather be bagged than sacked.
You'd rather be dead than fired? "I bagged my deer" vs. "He was sacked yesterday" ... ???
No, "I bagged a husband who's quite a catch" vs "He was sacked yesterday."
I was thinking about lunch. Never took a bag lunch to school, ever.
A "brown bag" is something you carry groceries in, which makes those noon-time mini-seminars a little odd.
it's a grocery bag, and a sack of potatoes.
this one is surprisingly tricky.
Ooh, but i'd much rather hit the sack. So. Not so tricky.
Edited at 2009-03-26 02:17 pm (UTC)
Bags come and go, but I'm really attached to my sack.
|Date:||March 26th, 2009 03:13 pm (UTC)|| |
I've been married for 25 years. My bag has got me by the sack.
To me they are completely different things, not different names for the same thing.
Who said they were the same thing ...
Do I need to type slower for you?
I'm a bag man. My wife, an Arkansas girl, says "sack."
I say "bag" but I have such a soft spot for "Sack"
Buy'em by the sack
You've been sacked
Klittity-Klak, get in my sack (Old fairy tale thingie)
You know, it wasn't until just now that I have two different definitions for those words. A "bag" is made of paper, and a "sack" is made of cloth. Huh. I might occasionally swap them, but that's the general rule, in my confused brain.
PS Where is "purse" on this list? :-)