So, today I saw someone use the word "nowhere."

I know that "nowhere" means "no where," but isn't it odd that the same arrangement of letters can be used to spell out "now here?" I thought that was just crazy.

Having just become conscious of this, I'm sure many of you already realized this linguistic play.

It's kind of scary, though. Think about it..

She dashed in the room, violently panting, and yelled, "WHERE IS HE?"

"My dearest," her mother whispered to her in the most soothing voice manageable. "He is nowhere, gone. You can't see him anymore."

Now, assume the guy is dead.

"My dearest, he is no where. He's gone."
"My dearest, he is now here. He's been here the whole time. Never left, that lad. Even past death."

... Okay, well I just confused myself.

Congrats, Lucia! You're an idiot! :'D

Today's lyrics are:
A love like ours
Could never die
As long as I
Have you near me

Guess the artist as well as the song title, and you shall be rewarded! biggrin

Oh, and goodnight! It's night where I'm at, so yeah. See you guys later! And thanks for reading my seemingly useless entry today. Woo.