Sunday, April 17, 2011

Excellerate your breath?? Do you mean breath faster?

ac·cel·er·ate 


1.
to cause faster or greater activity, development, progress, advancement, etc., in: to accelerate economic growth.
2.
to hasten the occurrence of: to accelerate the fall of a government.
3.
Mechanics . to change the velocity of (a body) or the rate of (motion); cause to undergo acceleration.
4.
to reduce the time required for (a course of study) by intensifying the work, eliminating detail, etc.
–verb (used without object)
5.
to move or go faster; increase in speed.
6.
to progress or develop faster.
So can anyone explain what anyone could possibly be thinking with this? excel as in be better than someone in something: he excels in oral health. Or perhaps excel came from excellent as in: he has excellent breath.
excellerate your breath??!! oh dear.......... mate your breath stinks you need to breath faster, nope I don't buy it!! that and the fact it's spelt wrong, perhaps they should excellerate the end to this campaign.
 

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