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Main Entry: mal·a·prop·ism
Etymology: Mrs. Malaprop, character noted for her misuse of words in R. B. Sheridan’s comedy The Rivals (1775)
1 : the usually unintentionally humorous misuse or distortion of a word or phrase; especially : the use of a word sounding somewhat like the one intended but ludicrously wrong in the context.
Nothing says entertainment like “ludicrously wrong in the context”! With that in mind, here are our favorite reviews of this long and arduous week. In order to minimalize your required thinking, we’ve highlighted the offending malapropisms.
i would defiantly go back
More after the jump, including lawyer-based hors d’oeuvres…
No one was disgusted, but no one was impressed either, and given how hard it is to get a reputation at this place, I would pass..My dream came throughOf course no visit to [redacted] is ever complete for me without some sort of prosecutor based appetizer; this time around I coupled it with some sopprosotta, grapes and the finest Regiano cheese anywhere.