"Embiggerated"? Is that an NZ dialect word? Can a human being be "embiggerated"? Are there any other NZ words I should know before, hopefully, jetting there? In Cambodia, a rather surly NZ man asked if I was a "pom" and I said no - I am a Yorkshireman. Lovely sunset pictures by the way.
Oh YP, of COURSE 'embiggerated' is a word! Where have you been? In the wilds of Yorkshire or something?Actually if my hero Terry Pratchett can call Alzheimer's an 'embuggerance', I can embiggerate things.Re. Enzedisms, here's a bottler site. Have a squizz at this before you turn up down here mate.http://www.newzealandslang.com/
A stunning sunset, Katherine. It's good to see you putting in an appearance. I, and I'm sure I'm not alone, miss you.
Absolutely gorgeous photographs. "Embiggerated" I understood immediately, but being a dumb Yank I had to think for a second or two before the light came on for "Enzedism"...we don't say "zed" you know, we say "zee"....
Robert - Ah yes, 'zee'. I learnt off watching Sesame Street that you say it a funny way.