Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Anti-*what*?


When JEANNE first sent me this picture, I was a little confused. I didn't really get why this was so funny. This is because I had never heard of an anteroom, so I had to look it up; thanks to my BFF Merriam-Webster, I found out that an anteroom is "an outer room that leads to another room and that is often used as a waiting room."

Now that I actually understand it, this error is funny as hell. I asked JEANNE what she thought an "anti-room" is, and she suggested maybe it's one of those crazy scientific concepts, like anti-matter. I think she could be on to something!

Gracias to JEANNE for this one!

2 comments:

aramink said...

I'm against rooms, myself. They always need cleaning, and their dust bunnies attack me in ranks.

I hereby declare myself to be Anti-room. The door to the Anti-room meeting is that way.

Don't let the anti-room door hit you on the way out...

THE GRAMMARPHILE said...

Ha! Aramink, I love your comments!