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February 10, 2012


...for the Highfalutin' Heifers.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Other than the consonance, I think there are more effective bovine insults.

Hey, don't have a cow, man!

I saw them open for the Cowsills.

See, if the squad was from Iowa, that would be their actual name.


Mebbe she should've said "Holsteins" ... ?

From Webster's online:
highfaluting - affectedly genteel
Synonyms: hifalutin, highfalutin, hoity-toity, la-di-da, grandiose
Now we know what "highfaluting" means.
Anybody got a dictionary that says what the meaning is?

"Even if ya can quote Shakespeare and all them other highfalutin' Greeks ..."

(from Meredith Willson's Music Man)

It means "Greek" ... or mebbe "Trojan" ... or "Horse" ... or ... um ... "Hamlet" ... ?



"Much ado about nothing"!

That's IT!

A heifer,
a heifer,
My kingdom for an f'n heifer.

Richard one or the other.

Prolly the other ...

(I apologize fer not includin' Balzac in that allusion above ... couldn't think of anythin' that werked with his titles, so I skipped him ... )

Sue Sylvester spits on your Highfalutin' Heifers...no really, she literally spits on them.

Heifer nice day.

Sorry, but WGARA about this bozo?

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