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Fun with Words: Parka, Park, Parkay September 27, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Word Play.

Frog-CircusParka n  1 :  a thick hooded jacket used for visiting the local park in the dead of winter when the wind chill is 40 below 2 : a very warm jacket  with a hood

Not to be confused with Parkay : a rather vocal  margarine that claims to taste like butter

Parka —> Parkay


1. cindy - September 27, 2010

Porque? I think it is d. all of the above ;p

nrhatch - September 27, 2010

Actually, that’s why I picked the photo . . . I shall add “d” to the list.

2. Loreen Lee - September 27, 2010

Because you never know where that English Language truck is going to park! Thanks for the practice – it’s what I need. Not very good, granted!

nrhatch - September 27, 2010

You’re right, LL. The English Language truck rarely parks between the lines.

It’s definitely more Helter Skelter.

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