I’ll take “Witch’s Tit” for $500, Alex.

7 Dec

After a gloriously warm fall, winter has finally arrived in DC. It’s COLD outside.

Walking to yoga last night, I found myself exclaiming, “It’s colder than a witch’s tit!” to pretty much everyone who made eye contact with me. Based on the looks I received, I’m going to stick with that greeting all year round. Seems like it could be a real conversation starter.

When Alan and I headed out to dinner, I told him I’d changed my Facebook status to “I’ll take ‘witch’s tit’ for $500, Alex.”

Instead of laughing, he just nodded and said, “Except it should’ve been titty. The phrase is colder than a witch’s titty.

First: Not where I come from.

Second: Really? An entymological discussion of “witch’s titty?”

Naturally, I ignored his correction and continued, “I was a little disappointed. I thought people would post responses in the form of a question, like Jeopardy.”

In my world, acceptable responses would have been:

  • What phrase best describes the temperature in Washington right now?
  • Where might a topless bar run by wizards be called?
  • Where might one find a witch baby suckling?

Or, what is something I might tell you to suck if you refuse to play my reindeer games with me?

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4 Responses to “I’ll take “Witch’s Tit” for $500, Alex.”

  1. Lucas December 7, 2010 at 10:59 pm #

    3 words. Best. Graphic. Ever.

  2. popdialectic December 8, 2010 at 8:48 am #

    I laughed. You probably couldn’t hear me because when it’s cold out, you clock 7-minute miles walking anywhere.

  3. Alicia December 9, 2010 at 10:51 am #

    saw the status update but thought it was totally sufficient by itself. The question was implied.

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