During a trip to the local Dollar store, something my wife truly enjoys, I actually found something amongst the normal junk in the store. I found a Word of the Day calendar for 2017. Being somewhat of a word freak, this is right up my alley. I vow to write a post each and every day, based on the word of the day. This is my New Years Resolution…and we all know how that usually turns out. No matter, I shall do my best to keep this one. The $3.00 I paid for the calendar is a hell of a lot cheaper than that
treadmill clothes hanger I bought last January.
The word of the day for December 10, the word is Passel (Noun)
DEFINITION: a group of individuals or objects of unspecified number.
SENTENCE: The Celebrity showed up four hours late with his usual passel of hangers-on.
Speaking of words, I have this thing about poor spelling. My brother and his wife, and the missus and I went to dinner Friday, at a local bar/eatery. I am not normally a fan of those places, given my shellfish allergy, but the owner of the place, a huge man who spends more time at the gym than he does at his restaurant, promised me shellfish is cooked in it’s own fryer, everything else is cooked in another fryer, in another room.
The bar owner, and his everyday Passel of gym goers, sat at the bar glancing over to our table. “Go ahead and order whatever you like, I guarantee you need not worry about getting sick in here.” he assured me. I believed him. Great food.
The missus and I ordered wings and potato skins. While glancing at the menu, my prying eyes noticed a spelling error. Not just an error, but something that sent everyone at our table into a fit of laughter…well, maybe not everyone, but my brother and myself for sure.
Desert Menu (Yes, Desert….like the place with sand and scorpions)
Lemon Morang Pie…………………………………$3.50
(Gotta have me some of that Mo Rang Pie!)
and on the appetizer menu
Latts Fries. (Gotta love those Latts)
I have been known to point out menu spelling errors, but did I mention the big guy sitting at the bar? I decided to not tell him about this…Hey, maybe I should buy him one of those calendars….