I was meaning to do this early on in this blog. However, I just plain forgot. But today, someone who has been lurking in the shadows came back into plain view and reminded me. So here is my warning:
I use big words. I went to college and learned the big fancy words. I rarely do it on purpose, but I use them on a regular basis. "Scholar Words" they've been called.
I never thought these words to be of particular import or thought one needed a significant level of intelligence to use them in normal conversation. Then there are the entire subset of words that I thought once you successfully mastered in, oh, I don't know... THIRD GRADE, you could use them properly.
For example: I shall never ask you for advise. Nor will I advice you of the situation. When you argue with me, I shall never declare your argument mute. I won't bother blogging about when I loose my keys. And if I EVER decide to get one, I will at the very least, spell tattoo with the requisite three "T's". (btw: "requisite" is a "big scholar word")
Last, but not least, if you don't get the following joke, you should probably just keep it to yourself.
Half the people you meet every day have a below average IQ.