Better Definitions of Common Words and Phrases

Better and funnier definitions and real meanings of some common words in English - smile and learn at the same time!


ADULT:  A person who has stopped growing at both ends and is now growing in the middle.

BATHROOM: A room used by the entire family, believed by all except Mom to be self-cleaning.

BOSS:  Someone who is early when you are late and late when you are early.



Perverbs - also called Anti-proverbs are humorous parodies or combinations of common proverbs. To have full effect, an anti-proverb must be based on a known proverb. For example, Don’t count your chickens in the bush. 

Standard proverbs are essentially defined phrases, well-known to many people. For example, Honesty is the best policy. When this sequence slightly changed (Beauty is the best policy) it becomes perverbs.


Project meeting (comedy)

We really love funny sketches which show the life of a modern office. A few weeks ago we published a clip which demonstrated what sometimes happens during conference calls.

Here is another one! The example of a project kick-off meeting. For some of you this might look familiar :-) .


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