I had just been reading an impassioned denunciation of one more attempt to force a simplified system of spelling down the throat of a long-suffering public. All my literary sympathies were engaged in the phrase "The noble old language of Chaucer and Shakespeare is sufficiantly simplified for us" when a newly-landed friend from Berlin approached and began his daily course in "English and What does She Mean?"
Edholm, Charlton Lawrence
"English and What Does She Mean?,"
Word Ways: Vol. 19
, Article 17.
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