OK so tomay-to tomar-to
Same word, different ways to say…
I am watching a cookery show and the chef was talking about a heady smell..
Now I like to say heedy…
Heddy or heedy?
What’s your take?
(Gosh this English language is so complex… No wonder kids find it hard to learn to read!)

14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. weight2lose2013
    Jan 02, 2015 @ 17:17:10

    I would say ‘heady’. BTW, here’s something funny that your post remnded me of. It really starts at about 1:30:

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  2. TvKapherr, CatsattheBar & BackHomeinBromont
    Jan 02, 2015 @ 16:49:31

    I checked with my wife, who is a professional editor, (no she never touches my blog) and the correct word is ‘heady’. It’s a reference to the smell being so strong that your head can’t smell anything else. Hopefully it’s a good smell! πŸ™‚

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  3. Trish
    Jan 02, 2015 @ 11:41:35

    Yes, head-y…and yes, the English language is difficult…there are some areas in the USA where I can;t even understand what they are saying and I was born and raised here!

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  4. thebantamblogger
    Jan 02, 2015 @ 11:13:16

    I would go with “Heady”, but none of them really LOOK right if you know what I mean!

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