“UP”! – A TWO LETTER?
Easing “UP” on politics today I wanted to share some unusual facts from my old friend, Turkey, who lives in Hillsboro Texas. I hope you enjoy this and possibly broaden your knowledge and learn something today.
I use this but never knew that the word “UP” or any other two-letter word in the English language can be used as a noun, verb, adjective, adverb or preposition. Read this until the end you’ll also may crack “UP”. The word “UP” in English also has more different meanings than any other two-letter word.
The dictionary shows you “UP” is an [adv], [prep], [adj], [n] or [v]. It’s easy to understand “UP”, meaning toward the sky or at the top of the list, but when we awaken in the morning, why do we wake UP?
At a meeting, why does a topic come “UP”?
Why do we say speak “UP”?
Why are politicians and company officers the “UP” for election?
Why is it “UP” to the secretary to write “UP” a report?
We call “UP” our friends.
We brighten “UP a room.”
We polish “UP” the silver.”
Warm “UP” the leftovers and then we clean “UP” the kitchen.
We lock “UP” the house.
We fix “UP” the old car.
At other times, this little word has real special meanings.
People stir “UP” trouble, line “UP” for tickets, work “UP” an appetite, and think “UP” excuses.
To be dressed is one thing but to be dressed “UP” is special.
“UP” can also be really confusing:
A drain must be opened “UP” because it is stopped “UP”.
We open “UP” a store in the morning and we close it “UP” at
Night. We seem to be pretty mixed UP about UP!
To be completely knowledgeable about the proper uses of “UP”, look “UP” the word “UP” in the dictionary. In a full-sized dictionary, it takes “UP” almost 1/4 of the page and can add “UP” to about thirty different definitions.
If you are “UP” to it, you might try building “UP” a list of the many ways “UP” is used. It will take “UP” a lot of your time, but if you don’t give “UP”, you may wind “UP” with a hundred or more.
When it threatens to rain, we say it is clouding “UP”. When the sun comes out, we say it is clearing “UP”. When it rains,
It soaks “UP” the earth. When it does not rain often we say it dry’s “UP”.
One could go on and on, but let me wrap it “UP”, as now my time is “UP”!
Oh, one more thing: What is the first thing you do in the morning and the last thing you do at night? “U” “P”
Did that one crack you UP?
Don’t screw “UP”. Send this on to everyone you look “UP” in your address book. It’s “UP” to you.
A closing political message to all Democrats “UP” Yours.
Now I’ll shut UP! C Brewer