Who would have thought that taking away the letter P from the beginning of the word could make such a difference?
We’d be quite p-irate if we couldn’t p-reach the p-ledge because some had p-raised it. Just a p-inch.
At our p-age we don’t have p-oodles of time.
Right now you are either thinking, hey, they like words as much as I do and you’re joining in.
Or you’re wondering what on earth we are on about.
Well, we like words a p-lot, we think they are p-ace and you can like it or p-lump it. P-ouch, that was a bit p-rude, please don’t think we are being a p-ass. We don’t want to start a p-row.
What do you want, then, you ask. Why not get to the point – oh, that p-word doesn’t work.
P-eek, we can’t stop. Surely the p-ending is in sight?
P-lucky for you, we have got other work to be getting on with, so time to stop the word games. Enough hot p-air from us!
All this has just been a way for us to remind you that a great way to reduce the amount of things manufactured, shipped, sold, used briefly then thrown away is to turn
pre-loved into re-loved
Yes, it was that simple observation that led to p-all this.