A malaphor is an idiom blend: an error in which two similar figures of speech are merged, producing an often nonsensical result. Malaphor comes from the blending of the words malapropism and metaphor. It was coined by Lawrence Harrison in an August 6, 1976 Washington Post opinion piece titled “Searching for Malaphors”. Malaphors are also known as Dundrearyisms, named… Read More »
Does Bailey’s Irish Cream need to be refrigerated? No. According to Baileys—note that there is no apostrophe in their name—their Irish cream liqueur does not need to be refrigerated. In fact, they guarantee their liqueur’s taste “for two years from the day it was made, opened or unopened, stored in the fridge or not when… Read More »
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