Most everyone I’ve ever met who lives, or has lived, in what we generally call the Southern Hemisphere suggest that there is a bias by their Northern brethern (and sisterern), in terms of language. It’s autumn! Except that it’s spring below the equator. I suppose it’s a function of the Northern Hemisphere being about 3/5 water, and 2/5 land, while the Southern Hemisphere is about 4/5 water and 1/5 land. Continue reading “U is for Upside Down”
Being upside down isn’t always bad, though. On various rides at a carnival, or while tumbling, being upside down is what provides the thrill. The difference is that one is righted at the end.