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?

3 comments:

Ajit said...

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

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