(Another name for this post could’ve been: HOW TO GET A 403 MESSAGE FROM WP when attempting a spellcheck.)
I’ve been accused of a terrible crime: Using big words.
Who knew that hydrochlorothiazide was too much for most people to pronounce?
Just in case you’re not familiar with this everyday word (if your a cardiologist or know someone who needs a cardiologist), it’s a pill used for water retention.
To pronounce it, all you have to do is say one easy rhyme, “Hi there Chlora by my side, Hydro Chlora thigh aside.”
You’re welcome! After all, water friends for?
Some days you’re write, some days you’re wrung.
I hear you out there saying, “I’m a frayed knot.”
It’s a dog-day when the going gets Ruff.
I’m felon bad about righting.
Pick your bottles; remember that everyone is an @$$ at times. No your enema.
Halve a knife day. Know one nose better than another, it’s snot science.