It's all in how you look at it
OMG - YES! Wow! Interesting. If you're looking for a replacement for your incorrect use of sub par(as in, "that product is so sub par"), consider "sub prime", as in "I sub-primed my final". I hear that the word is all the rage amongst the IM set.
I think we should start an internet trend. I recommend using the term "post-nouveau-retro" to describe anything we want.I'll start this campaign right away.(Thanks for the shout out at Mattress Police - much appreciated!)
FYI, just for being so nice, I added you to my Honor Roll. This will expose your site to 2, perhaps 3 additional people....dare to dream.We're a small, but proud blog. :)
Maybe 'par' predates golf, so it could go either way. On the other hand, golf is pretty freaking old. But people do talk about something being 'on par' with something else, which doesn't seem like they're using it in the golfing sense.Basically I have no idea.
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