Monday, July 14, 2008

Taiwan's Tantilizing TiT Townhouses

I can think of few places in the world besides Taiwan that would market a residential apartment complex entitled "TiT" -- "Town in Town". Are they being coy or just didn't bother to ask any random foreigner what "tit" means? Or to just look it up in the dictionary?



3 comments:

Anonymous said...

TiT looks like a chinese character, so fits in with all the other characters.

in england, there is such an animal called the tit.

Boyd R. Jones said...

I see. Well, "tit" in English most often refers to:



Main Entry:
\ˈtit\

Function:

noun
Etymology:


Middle English, from Old English — more at teat

Date: before 12th century

1: teat

2 usually vulgar : breast —usually used in plural

Anonymous said...

well, it's time you enlarge your vocabulary and expand your horizon, boyd jones. there's more to life than tits or teat.