Said wrong

Lately I’ve been noticing people botching old sayings such as these both verbally and written:

  • All intensive purposes, but really it’s for all intents and purposes.
  • Bare with me when really it’s bear with me.
  • At my widths end, but really it’s at my wits end.


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