Euphemisms are often misleading.

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6 Responses to Euphemisms are often misleading.

  1. Sasha says:

    Definitely.

  2. David Harper says:

    face for radio…laughing out loud…inspired

  3. Mike says:

    A + B = not good enough to be a radio shock jock.

  4. Dana says:

    That’s why they’re euphemisms: They don’t state it plain! Euphemisms rather use understatement… indirectness… the language of diplomacy. They are only misleading if you don’t understand that they are euphemisms, and take them literally.

  5. Jeff says:

    Hahaha, you might translate B into perfect face for being a camera operator.

  6. Bilbo says:

    “Face for radio”…
    I had my own show on the local public access station for nine years. One year we had a live broadcast from a booth at the county fair. I was on the air, and a cute young woman came up, looked at my name tag, and said loudly, “You don’t look ANYTHING like you sound!” I chose to interpret it as meaning I looked better, but…

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