In less than two weeks I’m going to see my sister and frister (friend/sister), both of whom live out of state. We don’t see each other often, but when we do, we laugh the entire time we’re together.
When I was a kid, I found Linda (frister) and introduced her to Diana (sister). They were only a year apart but I was 6 years younger. Even though they were older, they included me in their activities. Now that we’re adults, the age gap has disappeared. We’re still the best of friends.
I’m so excited about seeing them, you might say I’m happy as a clam. Of course, that’s not what I would say but the meaning is the same.
Fractured Cliché: Happy as a ham
Correct Cliché: Happy as a clam
May the farce be with you!
In the immortal words of Hallmark –
If you’re happy and you know it, clamp your hams
About the Author
Pam Waits has more than 20 years of experience in human resources with 10 years in the top HR spot for mid-sized companies. She currently works as a Human Resources consultant. Additionally, she holds a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.
Pam is also a writer and humorist, defying the perception that human resource professionals lack a sense of humor. She’s a leader who believes humor is an important part of a healthy business culture and a necessary part of life. If you’re too busy to laugh, you’re too busy.