Wednesday, December 17, 2008

2 words.

Two words, simple and easy. Each have different meanings and in any sentence you use them they stick to their meaning; i.e. what they are intended to.

“Sugar” – A sweetener and,

“Less” – Less in quantity.

But when they are used together “Sugar Less” or “Less Sugar” the meaning is totally opposite.

There will be many such examples, can you list them?


Ajit said...

Mad Man v.s ManMad (the rly junction :p)

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