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Catchphrases We Say Incorrectly

Catchphrases are as old as our language itself but many of the most commonly uttered catchphrases are completely wrong. There are so many that linguist Geoffrey Pullum created a word to describe them, eggcorns, which describe words or phrases that are misheard and reform into a new word or phrase...
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Kitchen Items We're Storing Wrong

As we have found out numerous times, we've been living out entire lives doing things incorrectly. That includes items that are stored in the kitchen. Here are five kitchen items you may be storing the wrong way. If you place your sharp knives into a utensil drawer, you're doing it wrong. Not only...
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Common Catchphrases We've Said Incorrectly Our Whole Lives

Just like many song lyrics, there are many catchphrases we've been saying wrong out entire lives. For instance it's not, "it's a doggie dog world." The correct phrase is "it's a dog eat dog world". "Nip it in the bud" is the proper catchphrase rather than the common mis-pronounced, "nip it in the...
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Password Security Advice Is Now Viewed As Incorrect

It happens about every 90 days, you have to come up with a new computer password. It must contain at least a number and a character (such as a !). It's been a standard practice for all government and most business computer terminals. But it appears that is not the most secure way to keep hackers...
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