Which Joe gave his name to ‘sloppy joes’? We look at five interesting sandwiches and their lexical origins.
Thank you.‘thanx for all the feedback we've been getting’
- ‘Chapter 1 is SO close to being done; thanx for being patient!’
- ‘Rosa, thanx for the kind words.’
- ‘And thanx for the compliment, it makes me happy.’
- ‘A big thanx to everyone who has supported us in the past & anyone who does so in the future.’
- ‘But thanx anyway for your patience.’
- ‘Btw, thanx for putting this on ur fave stories list.’
- ‘Lol ... thanx for noticing the big words ... I knew those SATs would be good for something.’
- ‘Okay, thanx for all your reviews.’
- ‘Here's the next installment, thanx to everyone who reviewed!’
- ‘And thanx for following along with my story!’
- ‘Thanx in advance for being such a good listener.’
- ‘It really means a lot, thanx!’
- ‘Thanx for the reviews thanx for the support thanx for everything!’
- ‘Wow, wow, wow, thanx for sharing that amazing story.’
- ‘Very interesting, thanx!’
- ‘Also thanx for the tip I'll have to check out that book.’
- ‘Anyway, yeah thanx for all the reviews folks.’
- ‘Just a little note to say thanx for such a prompt and speedy service, I just wish that all internet retailers could offer this level of quality service.’
- ‘I feel a lot better about myself and wanted to say thanx Abby!’
- ‘We're home and safe and thanx so much to everyone for all your support!’
Early 20th century: phonetic respelling of thanks.
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.