Wednesday, May 30, 2018

Ripped From the Pages of The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage...



To: All New York Times' Staff and Guest Contributors

From: The "What Words Mean Now" Department

Re:  Today's Updates to The New York Times Manual of Style and Usage

Today's list of words and phrases which have been approved as official New York Times alternatives to "Donald Trump lying his ass off again" are as follows:
"Links"
"accused"
"invoked fears"
"told"
"worked [the] audience"
"savaged"
"heightened campaign activity"
"performance"
"regaling them with stories"
"argues"
"boasted"
"richly embellished"
"public comments"
"making the case"
"hinted"
Please update your copy accordingly.



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2 comments:

Donna said...

"Acted Presidentially."

Donald Walsh said...

I'm waiting for his "nobody knew that the American people dislike being lied to by their president." Honestly it's like watching a toddler "discover" that fire is hot, water is wet, it's no fun to walk barefoot in the snow.