The other day I found something wonderfully funny HERE (but don't bother to follow the link because it's not there any more).
It made me laugh and laugh, but then today when I went back to the article to show it to you, I found the funny bit had been quietly corrected. And so now a source of delight to the world has vanished forever.
The internet is a wonderful thing, but I do wish that mistypings and Cupertino errors had the eternal life of misprints.
Still, never mind, I can still tell you about it.
The article concerns a radio programme of Prince Charles's favourite music, and it mentions a very great and famous deceased conductor famed throughout the world (or so I thought) for his leadership of that marvellous orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic.
Yes, that's right: Herbert von Carrion.
But now they've gone and corrected Carrion to Karajan.
Word To Use Today: carrion. This word comes from the Anglo-French caroine, from the Latin carō, flesh.