The Ecphorizer

More From My Treasury of Malaprops
John Ehrman

Issue #22 (June 1983)

Nobody notifies me about anything; the only way I find out is by word of ear.

There's a lot of little piecemeals we have to work out.

We're straining at the gills.

He likes sitting there in his big executive snivel chair.

It was a spur-of-the-cuff remark.

That needs some thinking about; let me go away and regurgitate for a couple of hours.

He doesn't want to be tarred with the wrong kind of feathers.

Feasibility means that you are able to fease. 


Physicist John Ehrman works for the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center and sings with the Schola Cantorum.

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John Ehrman

Malaprop fancier John Ehrman sings with the Schola Cantorum when not pushing bytes for the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. His malaprops published in several issues of The Ecphorizer were copied from post-its on his office door.




Issue #22 (June 1983)


Contributor Profile

John Ehrman

Malaprop fancier John Ehrman sings with the Schola Cantorum when not pushing bytes for the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center. His malaprops published in several issues of The Ecphorizer were copied from post-its on his office door.