Can I say that? Is it still okay to use the words ‘political’ and ‘correct’? Should I say, let’s get in keeping with the popular or majoritively held notion of what should or should not be? And I apologise for the non-existent word of ‘majoritively’. That’s very poor English – or should I say grammatically challenged?
Are you tied in knots yet? I really could go on like this but perhaps that would be boring (or interest depletitive).
I am inspired to write this now by a post by Alison Johnston in Facebook and although not an original one (sorry Alison) I viewed it on her wall at the same time as I was thinking about the animated classic “Aristocats” that my daughter and I had just finished watching.
It’s a lovely film in many ways and for some reason that song “Everybody wants to be a cat…