© Bruce Goodman 7 July 2015
Howard had a way with words; he shot from the hip; he pulled no punches; he was brutally honest; he told it like it was.
Anyway, at work he described a client, Mary-Lee, as “fat”.
Dear me! The chairperson at the meeting pointed out the inappropriateness of such a word.
“We don’t use the word fat to describe a person,” said the chairperson.
“Let’s just say then,” said Howard, “that she flattened a lot of grass in her youth.”