I use hiney...and always wondered why it was Happy Heiny's (not as in plural, but as ownership: Heiny's not heinies, kwim?)
no offense Linda just an observation. And ALL those spellings are starting to look wierd the more I look at them:LOL Like when you're writing a document long hand and the words 'and' & 'what' start looking like they're spelled wrong...
Originally posted by rubidoux Wow, I guess that "i before e" rule just doesn't apply when you're talking rear-ends.
Actually (sorry, it's the homeschooler in me), the phrase, "i before e except after c," is only PART of a rule. :LOL You can go here to see the whole rule. When it sounds like long i, it's supposed to be spelled ei.