Jan 8, 2007

The real meaning behind Michelle Malkin

I don’t really write much about Michelle Malkin because I never get to see her on TV, but I’ve read a bit on some of the outrageous comments she’s made in the past. I could never get how this woman has gotten so famous. She’s like the Filipino Ann Coulter.

But now, it all makes sense to me.
malkin (MO-kin, MAL-kin) noun
1. An untidy woman; a slattern.
2. A scarecrow or a grotesque effigy.
3. A mop made of a bundle or rags fastened to a stick.
4. A cat.
5. A hare.
[From Middle English Malkyn (little Molly), diminutive of the name Maud or Molly/Mary.]
A related word is grimalkin, referring to an old female cat or an ill-tempered old woman.
-Anu Garg (garg wordsmith.org)

Let the Photoshop fun begin.

(Courtesy of Wordsmith’s A Word a Day.)

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I'd take a serving of Malkin with a side of Coulter ANY day over a sip of Melanie Morgan. What. A. Bitch.