A loving, lackadaisical dad Two words we don’t hear often enough have each appeared more than once this week, on my radar: the low-energy lackadaisical and the high-energy brouhaha. “Lackadaisical” was used by a son at his father’s large 60th birthday party to describe Dad’s parenting approach, which the son, born in the mid-1970s, said […]
This is probably news to a lot of people: you should pronounce the “f’ in twelfth, as in the Twelfth Day of Christmas, ladidadi. Here’s your chance to sing it. If you’d rather listen to John Denver and The Muppets sing it, see the video below. This gives me a golden opportunity to ask if […]
Happens to all of us, a moment of distraction and we write it’s instead of its or red instead of read. But this headline made me really curious about the story behind it, with visions of delicious if messy cheesecake to clean up: Giant cheesecakes brakes Guinness Record.
GenevaLunch incorrectly posted a story Monday about a CFF train hitting three goats between Bern and Lausanne: they were horses. And we were not quick enough to harmonize our spelling on a story just posted about Davos and the World Economic Forum before our rss feed went out: the headline had protestors while the story […]