So today is the day of love — around the world. It’s St. Valentine’s Day, at least here in the U.S. Love is in the air. Cupid is shooting his arrows, sometimes hitting the wrong people. Those who are not in relationships often pointedly ignore the whole darn thing!
In case that describes you, here are more Tuesday Tricksters to temporarily take your mind off all the red-colored hearts, the chocolates that everyone’s sending and receiving, and the beautiful red roses that seem to be everywhere, even in vases at work!
Me (pron.): personal pronoun (He asked me to go with him.)
Mi (n.): the third syllable in a common music scale (do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do)
Mead (n.): an alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey and water
Meed (n.): (archaic): a merited reward or recompense.
Mean (adj.): unkind; (v.): to intend or design
Mien (n.): bearing or manner; an appearance or aspect
Meat (n.): the part that has the most value or interest; the flesh of animals (especially mammals) used as food
Meet (n.): a gathering of people for a sporting match; (v.): to come face to face with, be there when someone or something arrives, or to be introduced
Mete (v.): to allot or measure; (n.): a limit or boundary
Meatier (adj.): comparative form of meaty; more meaty
Meteor (n.): a small body of matter from outer space