October 01, 2010

Empty But Full, Noble Death, Much A Doo-doo

    Much Ado About Nothing
  1. 'Empty' uses five letters, whilst 'full' needs one fewer. Strange, isn't it?
  2. Most of every coffee bean is tossed out. Their life was worthy. 
  3. Does any one ever use the word 'ado' without preceding it with 'much' and followed by 'about nothing'?

Da Do Run Run - The Crystals - 1963 (without looking, do you know who did a successful remake of this song?)

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