Sunday Funnies: History of English in 10 Minutes

I was rolling on the floor watching this  – history, wordplay and attitude all in one.  Enjoy!

(And a big thank you to writer and blogger                    K.B. Owen for introducing me to it. *waves* )



That’s it for today.  Have a great week, everyone, and I’ll be back with a post about Wednesday.  Cheers!

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10 Responses to Sunday Funnies: History of English in 10 Minutes

  1. That’s hilarious.
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  2. Jennifer Jensen says:

    I still love it the 3rd or 4th time ’round. Have a good week, Donna!

  3. Thanks for sharing this 🙂
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  4. That is GREAT! Right up there with Bullwinkle’s Way-back machine! Who knew Shakespeare contributed more than his plays and poetry?
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    • Jennifer Jensen says:

      I remember the Way-Back machine! Wow, haven’t thought of that in a long time. Wonder if it’s anywhere on YouTube.

      I love interesting history behind words, and I’ve known things like “hot-blooded young men” came from him, but I’m learning more as I actually read him. Hurray for education!

  5. Debra Kristi says:

    I loved this Jennifer. Way too funny. Thanks for the smile. 😀
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  6. Brilliant history and language lesson in just 11 minutes. I wish they showed this funny videos in school.
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  7. He, he, he, Jennifer. Who knew? That’s funny. I’ll be thinking about this for a while.
    Thanks for sharing this! 🙂

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