I’m slowly coming down off my high of just seeing The Avengers. I’ll give you three reasons why you need to watch it right now:
- It had the highest grossing domestic opening weekend…EVER.
- The Hulk.
If you’re interested, here are some great reviews for the movie:
So, because my head is still swimming with men in leotards and giant explosions, I’m going to keep this post fairly short and sweet. I read an article that said language experts generally agree that “cellar door” is the most beautiful sounding phrase in the English language.
Readers over at Dictionary.com didn’t really agree either. The word they chose was “serendipity,” I can’t really argue with that. I think “serenity” flows a little better, though. But that may be because I just finished Firefly (*sniff*).
There were some other interesting choices, too. But what I really want to know is this: What do you think is the most beautiful word in the English language? (You can explain why for bonus points!)