Why Does Saying “Flip Flop” Feels More Correct Than “Flop Flip”?
There are many words that we use in our daily language that seem alright when spoken in a particular way, but somewhat weird when said in the 'wrong' order. There are many examples of this, such as when we say that a watch “tick tocks” instead of “tock ticks”. Similarly, “flip flop” sounds right, but “flop flip” sounds wrong for some inexplicable reason. “Ping pong”, “dilly dally” and “hip hop” are a few other common examples. Even the name of the popular fictional beast is “King Kong”, rather than “Kong King”.
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Some lady you barely know at church was going in for the hug Sunday during your congregation's customary greeting time, sources close to you confirmed.
The tragic event occurred just after the worship leader asked everyone to “walk around and shake hands with 5 people you don't know.” You reportedly stood there smiling tightly at passersby and nodding at several acquaintances, looking down at your phone whenever possible.