Scorequick wrote:say there tuxtin, whats up with that "meh" thing. i dont really understand it.
from what i read it became kind of popular from the Simpsons cartoon???
when i say the "word" outloud, its like i'm making a barnyard noise. i sound like a friggin sheep.
not sure what im doing wrong.
thanks for any help.
sounds like a sheep when i say it too
i must admit that it's a word that somehow made it into my vocabulary and i have no idea where i picked it up. i use it to express indifference
http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/ ... 168029.ece
From The Times November 17, 2008
Meh chosen for 30th anniversary of Collins English Dictionary Ben Hoyle, Arts Reporter
There is nothing meh about the journey of the latest entry in the Collins English Dictionary. Rather, it illustrates how e-mail and the internet are creating language.
“Meh” started out in the US and Canada as an interjection signifying mediocrity or indifference and has evolved, via the internet and an episode of The Simpsons, into a common adjective meaning boring, apathetic or unimpressive in British English.