- Inkhorn (AP)
- YNKe HorNE
- Watch Battery, Cream paint, Thank You card
- IGNORAMUS='We do not know'
- Horse Sense
- savvy - SABE USTED
- half inch - 1673
- water company, bread
- Flint Michigan
Now I know I use AP to stand for Action Point - but quite what I was supposed to be actioning around the the word inkhorn and its original spelling I have no recollection.
This just sounds like a might be interesting word to use at some point, though I haven't yet.
Watch battery, Cream paint, Thank you card
I'm assuming is not a genius haiku catching the spirit of mundanity but is just a shopping list.
IGNORAMUS 'we do not know'
I can remember that this is the meaning of ignoramus and I thought if I was ever to call someone an ignoramus I should at least know what ignoramus meant when using it otherwise I would be an ignoramus squared I think.
Seem to remember this is an American form of 'good common sense'. Why horse?
SAVVY - SABE USTED
Savvy is indeed short for sabe usted though note I never went and looked up what the heck SABE USTED means.
Half Inch - 1673
Hmm well maybe 1673 was the first time this rhyming slang expression for pinch was used but that's a guess which proves my notes are useless if every time I write something I then have to go and look up the thing I was taking notes about in the first place.
Water Company, bread
This may be another shopping list but I think I had to contact the water company as I'm sure I would have at least some memory of buying one.
Sorry, no idea.