Hom Furniture has Wasted Countless Hours of my Life

Have you ever found yourself bothered by Hom Furniture? Of course you have, and you’re not alone. The locally owned furniture outlet sells mid to high end home furnishings. The key word there being HOME.


As we have all learned in 1st grade, adding an “e” to the end of a verb consonent pairing results in a long sound for said vowel. For example, take the word “Broke.” It utilizes the long “o” sound because there is an accompanying “e” at the end of the phoneme. Remove the “e” and now you have Brok. Not pronounced like broke, but like Brock.


You see?! Irresponsible use of the letter “e” can take you from something being simply broken to you having a domestic goddess/pre pubescent sex addict/eyeless rock trainer on your hands.

And you see where I’m going with this now, don’t you? You were sincerely hoping with all your heart that my only beef with Hom Furniture was the spelling of their company name.

Well that’s it. Get used to it.

/Homm/ furniture. It’s not right. There are rules and regulations within the English language designed to stop these sort of atrocities from happening. It’s why my name isn’t pronounced “Hanes”.

I thank you for your patience, dear Rede-r.


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