intr.v. kvetched, kvetch·ing, kvetch·es
To complain persistently and whiningly.
1. A chronic, whining complainer.
2. A nagging complaint: "a rambling kvetch against the system" Leonard Ross.
[Yiddish kvetshn, to squeeze, complain, from Middle High German quetzen, quetschen, to squeeze.]
Monday, November 03, 2008
Praise Be, I only saw one guy passed out on Market Street and one overturned car during the Phillies' parade. And only one guy with a Mets hat happened to walk through the Circus and didn't die because of it. It is a miracle.
Oddly enough, some person whom I do not know nominated me to be on the Board of Merchants at The Circus and Praise Be (?), I was elected. Now I'm practically royalty there, heh heh, and only one of three women on a board of 12. I would like to thank my supporters and all the little people our there. Thank you. Thank you. Tax cuts and martinis all around!
Ohmygod, are you excited or what? Freakin' nervous more like it! I figured Election themed cupcakes would be a great seller today and tomorrow, so I am capitalizing on the untapped demographic of emotional eaters. OK, yeah, maybe they're a wee bit partisan (The cupcakes or the eaters? Heh heh.). At first I was going to just make some 'Vote' with a checkmark in the 'o' and some 'I voted' cupcakes, but then I figured, oh hell, make a couple trays of 'Obama' cupcakes and throw a few 'McCain's in there for good measure. But then I figured, 'oh hell, fuck it. I'm going whole hog.'