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|Occupation||English Renaissance Literature|
|Location||Kingston, Ontario, Canada|
|Introduction||Euonymous. n., a genus of shrubs cultivated as ornamental plants; adj., felicitously named.|
|Interests||Academic: 16th and 17th century English language reform, Non-academic: depictions of language in contemporary culture, Gardening, And the odd interest in popular culture (of course)|
|Favorite Music||The Beatles. Please.|
Sponges and tongues are frequently misspelled. Is it because both are thirsty?
How funny I should get this Q, as much of my scholarship is on the history of spelling. Who misspells sponges, and how? I think I need a drink.