Tuesday, December 9, 2008
The Monty Python crew were very fond of insulting people. Whole sketches were built around one person getting yelled at or insulted. An insult that's often thrown around the average Monty Python sketch is "git." What's a git, you ask? According to Webster's dictionary, a "git" is a "foolish or worthless person." In other words, it's the British way of calling someone an idiot. Apparently, it's a fairly mild curse. So feel free to use it. Stupid git.