For some obscure reason English speakers will almost always find a flip-flop to be more natural than a flop-flip, or a pitter patter of tiny feet to a patter pitter. It’s known as ablaut reduplication and the vowels almost always follow the order I-A-O. (via @sketchplanator)

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