No, this isn’t going to be a serious discussion about the pros/cons, editorial responsibility/ lack thereof of Wikipedia. Because I’m not in that kind of mood this week. It’s much more frivolous than that.

Have you ever wondered why we just accept certain phrases at face value? Why people use them over and over again without thinking of their other meanings? Like no-one bats an eye when someone says their phone is a Siemens?

I looked up something on Wikipedia today, and started giggling when I read in the header – “This article has some issues.”

I think it was the use of “some” that really set me off. Like, wow, this article is seriously messed-up. Requires therapy kind of messed-up.

This is possibly an indication that I need a holiday.


About mina murray

Mina Murray is an Antipodean, whisky aficionado and (part-time) smut-peddler. Her work is published in anthologies by Cleis Press, Tempted Romance and Mischief Books, including Seductress: Erotic Tales of Immortal Desire; Best Bondage Erotica 2013; Brief Encounters: Tales of Fast Love; Sudden Sex: 69 Sultry Short Stories; The Mammoth Book of Quick & Dirty Erotica; Baby Got Back; The Big Book of Orgasms; Dressed to Impress; and Lords, Ladies, Butlers and Maids. Look out for more sexy reads in 2015 in Three of Hearts, Conquests: An Anthology of Smoldering Viking Romance and Dirty Dates. Visit Mina at her blog | twitter | pinterest
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2 Responses to Wikipedia

  1. As a fellow person who chuckles at seemingly normal sentences… I like you, you’re fun.

    Wikipedia does have some issues. I still use them though. Maybe THAT’S the issue 😉

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