1. To be really pedantic

    mint 1 (mnt)
    1. A place where the coins of a country are manufactured by authority of the government.
    2. A place or source of manufacture or invention.
    3. An abundant amount, especially of money.
    tr.v. mint·ed, mint·ing, mints
    1. To produce (money) by stamping metal; coin.
    2. To invent or fabricate: a phrase that was minted for one occasion.
    Undamaged as if freshly minted: The painting was in mint condition.
    [Middle English, from Old English mynet, coin, from Latin monta; see money.]

  2. Richard - don't trouble yourself trying to understand the workings of a woman's mind or her twisted sense of logic. I gave that up years ago. Here's an example of an all too regular conversation I find myself having with Mrs. Kenny:

    Her: What?
    Me: What do you mean what?
    Her: That look you gave me.
    Me: I didn't.
    Her: Yes you did.
    (above two lines repeated several times)
    Me. Oh bollocks!
    Her: Charming!
    Me: Double bollocks.

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