2.18.2013

Perfectly Acceptable Ashley

It's very acceptable:
  • to start spelling my words with that unnecessary "u" that the British insist on putting into their words, i.e. flavour, colour, favourite, behaviour. When in London! I actually find it kinda fun to add the u, like I am being a naughty American speller. 
  • to waste my night watching Robert Redford films, the original sexiest man alive. Eat your heart out, George Clooney! 

Your girl is lovely, Hubbell! source

  • To get IMMENSE satisfaction by clicking 'confirm payment' when I booked my plane ticket to Italy. Oh, Italia! My dream vacation! I'm coming for you in April...and I can't wait to get fat on spaghetti!

12 comments:

  1. Good girl Ashley, now you have to start replacing the American z with s. e.g organise, realise, recognise.

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    1. yeah, but I just can't agree with that one! I like my American Zs!!!

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  2. Italy!! Wow! I was only in Venice, but I would love to go to other places too!

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  3. Yeah! Another one embraces the "u". :D In Canada we're very everything goes (it's all equally correct in the dictionary), but I'd say people have an attachment to the 'u's. My job drives me nuts because I have to use American spelling and taking them out is like a dagger to the heart, haha. I do spell organize etc. with a z... but I also pronounce it "zed." I love my country. ;)

    Have loads of fun in Italy! I've been booking and planning trips with IMMENSE satisfaction too recently!

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  4. Oh man! ITALY! I hope that you eat literally every minute that you are there. Eat all the fresh food and pasta your body can hold. After reading under the tuscan sun (nothing like the movie) I really want to eat my heart out in Italy.

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  5. The "u" is just wrong wrong wrong! ;) But Italy sounds lovely.

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  6. heck, i just watched butch cassidy and the sundance kid the other day. young robert was oh so sexy...and when he got older...oh man. you're right, george clooney has nothing on him. i'm a little jealous of your italy trip. just a little. ;)

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  8. Was he the guy who has/had the salad dressings? I always thought the labels were weird. If it wasn't him, nevermind. He did direct the incredible film, A River Runs Through It. It's one of my favourites <-- see what I did there? A movie I can only watch when the wife is away. Ha.

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    1. You're thinking of Paul Newman ;)

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  9. ha ok, well I like the U, i guess it just makes perfect sense when you know it from a kid. Big up the U.

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