Sunday, January 28, 2007
Last night while bathing The Collective.
Sir Rowland: "You got soap in my eyes."
AWTM: "sorry buddy"
Sir Rowland: "You kitchen wench."
AWTM: "Where did you hear that?"
Sir Rowland: "Cinderella."
AWTM: "yeah, we don't call people wenches."
I have always thought of wench being derogatory, so after putting The Collective down for the night, I looked it up.
I am going to pretend he meant "young woman"....
Main Entry: 1wench
Etymology: Middle English wenche, short for wenchel child, from Old English wencel; akin to Old High German wankOn to totter, waver and probably to Old High German
1 a : a young woman : GIRL b : a female servant
2 : a lewd woman : PROSTITUTE
Enjoy your Sunday, it will be a busy day here.
There is church, and then a lot of odds and ends around Casa De Dust.
I must take some photos of some things The Collective have outgrown, so they can be sold.