Aug 12th 2012

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Will he? Lexical ambiguity is fun!

We love those sentences that trigger a first response of “wait, what??”

So Let’s try and figure this one out:

Will Will [a person] will [bequeath] the will [a document] to Will [a second person]?

Now we just need to wait for Will!

Have a great Sunday everyone!

The Ginger Team

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3 Responses to “Will he? Lexical ambiguity is fun!”

  1. googlepo on September 10th, 2012

    I’ll take some of your suggestions and try apply them

  2. David on September 12th, 2012

    “try and”? Really? Nails on a chalkboard. Using “and” assumes success, negating the need to “try”. So it’s just “Let’s figure this one out.” If you’re going to “try” something, where success is not guaranteed, it is “Let’s try TO figure this one out.”


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