Reason to celebrate: January 24, 2017 is National Talk Like A Grizzled Prospector Day.
"Well hooooooo-wee! Ah reckon we have actually found ourselves some authentic golden nuggets on this site in this ol' mound o' grit! Yessiree, Momma's gonna be marty honored when she discov'rs we could manage fresh grains 'n' biscuits for the winnertarm, an' there's gonna be three more weeks uvvit if mah old aching knee is t'be rckoned with."
Yes. Well, anyhow. Today is Talk Like a Grizzled Old Miner Day, which could be a great deal of enjoyable, unless naturally you already are a grizzled old miner, where instance merely carry on as normal. For the remainder of us it's a possibility to use terms like "consarn it" when we spill our coffee at the workplace, and "Who-Hit-John" when describing whiskey (although unless you operate in a bar or an alcohol establishment, you need to probably leave the latter until you obtain house).
Now take place, get out there and call somebody a varmint!
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