To shan’t or not.

Shan’t is such a cool word.


People should say it more. Why did people stop saying it? It reminds me of men in suits wearing top hats and carrying a cane. Come to think of it, why don’t men wear that more often? That’s hot. And so is the word Shan’t.

Shan’t is a contraction of “shall not” and is considered pompous or used to mock the British. I think this should change. It reminds me of Pride and Prejudice.

Pride and Prejudice is cool!

Another cool word is zamboni. Zamboni. Just love how it rolls of the tongue.

These are just a couple of thoughts I’ve had today. Nothing too spectacular. Shan’t came from me going for a walk and I said to Mother, “I shan’t be long”, which got me thinking of why people don’t use it anymore. They should.

And, well, I’m being lame and watching Ice Princess, which is where Zamboni came from. I used to think this movie was awesome. It’s absolutely shit balls. The acting is atrocious. At least I haven’t seen all of it, I’ve also been teaching Father how to use facebook. Haha, awkward.

So, I finally finished the fifth Percy Jackson book. Shall do a brief review of sorts over on t’other blog. But now I have to make the hard decision of which book to start reading now? Or finish reading, I have three more on the go.

Perhaps I’ll try finish Pride and Prejudice, or I shan’t!

Hehe, see what I did there?

Yeah… time I stopped.