Sunday, June 28, 2009

Keith's Top Eight of the Week (Letters, Hurray! or Etymology is the fancy way to say you are literate)

Letters are important to our daily written communication, they are in fact the building blocks to it. This week I delve deep into my top eight letters and explain why I love each and everyone. As an added bonus I hid a message in my post this week so see if you can figure it out and you will get a prize when I return...
V is great because it sounds like you are saying Weeee but you are not. It is also great for Vendetta.

So solid is this letter that it said "Screw you" too all of the other letters and stood alone in it's own word.

Rumor has it that this letter was not developed by man but was given to us by angels. All of my favorite words start with this letter like Clark, Cook, and Cram.

This letter is so powerful it emailed me and demanded that I put it on the list twice or it would kill my family.

T is the "glue" the holds this crazy family of letters together. Much like my aunt Susan, let's just hope T doesn't have a mental breakdown, disappear and turn up a week later under the over pass of Route 46 eating beans from a garbage can.

I is beautiful in it's singularity and it stands tall. Try writing a paragraph with out the letter "i" see what happens.

Ooooo, ooooooooo, ooooooooooooooo, oooooooooooooo, oooo, oooooo.

N gets the number one spot this week because there are a lot of great N-words out there. There have been some great N-words through out history. Many of them have changed the way people spoke. Many people in the South still to this day shy away from N-words because of the hard consonant sound. But N-words are going to be around for a long time so people should just get used to say words that start with the letter N.

Did you figure out the secret message! Write it on a scrap of paper and send it too me via the carrier pigeon. Tune in next week when we return to the normal format of just a top seven but its my seven digit password to my bank account.

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