For All In Tent Sieve Purposes

It’s terrible when you realize that something you thought you knew is completely wrong.

Today’s example:

Walking back in to work from lunch, I was talking to two fellow co-workers.

Girl Number One said, “I used to think it was, ‘For all intensive purposes.’”

Girl Number Two laughed and said, “Me too!”

I had to sheepishly ask what it really was.

“For all intents and purposes.”

That makes more sense, but if you don’t know you’re wrong in the first place, you don’t know what would make more sense.