Monday, May 17, 2010

Here's Something Interesting I Learned

While writing that last post, I wanted to be sure I had spelled "Merkin" correctly, so I typed it into Yahoo.

And this came up:

Origin of term

According to The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language the term stems from a corruption of the obsolete word malkin, meaning a lower-class woman or mop,

Yes, Malkin means " a lower class woman or mop," and is the basis for the word "merkin."
I'm never going to be able to look at Michelle Malkin the same way again.

Every time I see this:

I'm going to have no choice but to think of this:

And now, neither will you.

You're welcome.


Unknown said...

yeah, let me say it again. THANKS. what goes around comes around prof

Bearsharrrk said...

Love this. Thank you.