Doesn't worry me - we had the censor, the Lord Chamberlain, the Master of the Revels. Different offices, but they all get their instructions from above.
Maybe that came from "find your happy place", and due to restrictions on lengthy (expensive and hard to remember) marketing phrases, was shortened? I don't like it either...Evocacion wrote: ↑Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:16 amStill on the subject of adjectives used as nouns, there is currently a TV advertising campaign using the catch-phrase 'Find your happy"'.
That is such an unpleasant phrase it makes me cringe.
English is a very flexible language, but unfortunately that encourages some people to try and bend it until it breaks.
Why don't we use (t,i,m,r,p) for right hand fingering? Why not slow, walking, soft, loud, etc. If music can borrow from Italian, why can't coffee marketing? Espresso, cappuccino, macchiato, etc,
you mean a Danish roll?
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