Thursday, October 22, 2009

"An agenda of tasks?"

I don't remember what I researching, it was probably a reaction to a post by someone else, and not a story (if I can't remember the reason why I was looking that particular term up). At any rate, I found quite a list of collective nouns that was brought to the Internet by The Bears' Golf Club.

For example?

"An agenda of tasks."

"A smack of jellyfish."

"A neverthriving of jugglers (one imagines that hasn't been changed in centuries)."

"A leap of leopards."

Of course, you should be armed with "a quiver of rebuttals," or a really big stick.


SkylersDad said...

Thanks for this, it has been bookmarked for future use.

Cormac Brown said...

Sky Dad,

You're welcome and you will literally find something different, each time that you visit.

Paul D. Brazill said...

Murder of crows has always done it for me.

Cormac Brown said...

Paulie Decibels,

It certainly is the most apt of collective nouns. And what would a group of you, be? "A deck of Decibels?" "A platoon of Pauls?"