Tuesday, 8 September 2015

10 Most Offensive Collective Nouns

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The English language is no stranger to phrases and words with curious origins. There are collective nouns for almost everything. Some widely known, some not. Some accurate, some not. Some meaningful, and some downright offensive.

For example, a Mayflower of Americans makes sense. So does a melody of harpers. But what about the bizarre collective nouns?

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