Ever Eggcorn? A list of commonly misstated phrases and cliches
Do you even know what eggcorn means?
It's when a word or phrases is created from mishearing or misinterpreting the original word or phrase. In other words, you were confused by a homophone or screwed up a cliche and kinda made your own word or phrase.
This week on the Keeler in the Morning Show we testes ourselves. Business Insider provided has a list of commonly misstated phrases. Do you say any of these incorrectly?
- For all intents and purposes, or For all intensive purposes?
- Do you Nip it in the butt, or the bud?
- Case in, or and, point?
- And what do you have coming? Another thing, or another think?