Corinna

Joined: October 8, 2012

Number of comments posted: 7

Number of votes received: 8

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Re: You’ve got another think/thing coming  •  August 25, 2013, 11:26am  •  0 vote

Yes, on the internet, 'thing' is way ahead--and we all know how efficiently the internet spreads misinformation. This particular phrase warp is just one more example of that. It's much akin to the you

Re: You’ve got another think/thing coming  •  April 14, 2013, 7:16am  •  0 vote

Yes, and when you said "HS, you seem to be just pipping me", I spent a few minutes trying to figure out what you were saying, lol! I finally decided "pipping" must be the equivalent of our "beating" o

Re: You’ve got another think/thing coming  •  April 13, 2013, 2:57pm  •  1 vote

The differences between Americanisms and Britishisms is a never ending source of fascination, and one that would be worth an entire thread of its own! I frequent a site that is fairly evenly divided b

Re: You’ve got another think/thing coming  •  April 13, 2013, 9:12am  •  1 vote

Oh, I don't think it has anything to do with feeling "superior". Lord knows, I have errors in almost everything I write, like anyone else! :D As for the apostrophe useage, I don't think your example o

Re: You’ve got another think/thing coming  •  April 13, 2013, 4:19am  •  0 vote

Warsaw Will, you are indeed a diplomat. :) However, I can't accept the misheard version of this quote simply because its use has grown in popularity. over the past couple of decades. If I did that, I'

Re: You’ve got another think/thing coming  •  October 12, 2012, 6:32am  •  4 votes

Dang, I understand why using "think" in this phrase sounds awkward to you and many others; it's because we don't usually consider the word "think" to be a noun. But during the time when this phrase fi

Re: You’ve got another think/thing coming  •  October 8, 2012, 9:34am  •  2 votes

What always surprises me is that people who have always used the "you've got another thing coming" version often have no idea that "think" was used in the original (and logical) phrase. As one langua