Important life lesson - flammable and inflammable mean the same thing
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Archer probably stole it from Dr. Nick on the Simpsons. The Simpsons stole it from my grandfather who died in an accident involving a cigarette lighter and some flammable liquids. Or was it inflammable liquids.
Inflammable means flammable? What a country!
Someone just watched Archer.
Penultimate means second last....
'penultimate' doesn't mean what you think it means either.
Story of my life
in soviet russia..
Darwin would be proud.
stolen from archer. not impressed.
Just the tip??
Hello, archer. Stop taking things from shows and thinking you're funny.
From Archer, tv series
i learned this from "clarissa explains it all"
Damn right it's the same thing
What a country!
If you read "the elements of style"( a grammar book) you will learn that contrary to popular beliefe, inflamable means able to combust or catch fire, while flamable means NONcombustuble. It's the opposite of what you think! Hope I cleared up any confusion(:
oh god, sad
Wow! That is crazy!!!
Been there done that.
Definitely from archer
The life lesson is with determination, anything can be achieved. Or money
This idiot will die from a flamethrower attack lol
One day 402 will get a really good text
Antepenultimate means third last....