2 thoughts on “For an e and an ey

  1. Yes, it’s a funny word isn’t it. The version without an e is more traditional English, but I think the e is creeping in more, partly due to international pressure 🙂
    I enjoyed your nos(e)y shots, Elke, and I like the way the noise has a tremendous view beyond it

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