Sometimes, not often, but on occasion and every now and then, I find myself saying, ‘I was not right about that.’

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  1. In my family the phrase is “I was misinformed”. Every now and then, but only very, very rarely, one might be “wro, wro, wro, misinformed”.

  2. “I was misinformed” and “I obviously was not myself”. Love it. No doubt I will be called upon to express this myself in the not too far distant future. Thanks for that!!

  3. My eleven year old daughter: “Mum, I’m just going to check that in the dictionary, because if you’re wrong, then I’ll be incredibly pleased.”

    Also, “No, darling. You weren’t wrong. You just weren’t as right as me.”

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