It’s Exactly The Same . . . But Different

22 March 2012

On their Facebook page, a certain UK knitting magazine was recently asked whether the pattern, as photographed on the front cover of their upcoming issue, wasn’t the same as one by the same designer in a competitor’s magazine last March.

The response received was that it had “identical similarities but is different”.

“Identical similarities”??  What the heck does that mean?  It’s exactly the same but it’s not??


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  1. Spin, spin, spin and it’s not yarn being spun. Well, perhaps it’s a yarn that’s being spun. LOL

    What a load of rubbish.

  2. Reminds me of a classic kiwi saying “exactly the same but different”!!

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