Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Pondering The English Language

As we all know, a fly is called a "fly".

So why then, isn't a bird called a fly, and the fly, for instance, a "buzzer", instead?

And why isn't an earthworm called a "squiggler"?

And why isn't John Murtha called an "ignorant, fat-a**ed, Kerryesqe, loud-mouthed, unstable, traitorous, commie POS who deserves the death-penalty for treason"?

I mean, besides by myself and other cool bloggers.

Just wondering.

(Picture courtesy of my buddy Pete, at ihillary).