Well, with this thread am finally coming to grips with a certain poster's fatal attraction with the word whom despite the advice he has been given from many quarters. In this post I will give you a glimpse of what the English world would look like if whomits catches on. In a few examples its use may be grammatically correct, but awkward. I will have to use a decidedly incorrect contraction at times. Here goes! Well look whom's talking! Whom's calling? Whom's that? Whom is it? Whom goes there? Whom are you? Do you know whom you're talking to? Whom do you think you are? Owls now go : whom, whom. Ladies and gentlemen, introducing that famous British rock band :The Whom! It's a veritable whom's whom list. Knock, knock. Whom's there? That's a bunch of whomey! It's a whomdunit mystery. Whom's on first? Songs Whom can it be now? Whom wants to buy a heart? Whom can I turn to? Whom's cheating whom? Whom am I? Whom ya gonna' run to? Whom's sorry now? Special category of "songs" : Whom let the dogs out?