January 11, 2013


Posted in verb at 1:24 am by Feng

wimp – a weak, ineffectual, timid person. [reference.com]

Sometimes, people opened the window in the kitchen to let in fresh air, but a lady sitting near the kitch couldn’t stand the freezing temperature, so she left a note, warning people not to do it. A colleague added a “wimp” to the note. When I first saw this note, I didn’t know what “wimp” meant. After looking it up, I found it a hilarious joke. The lady has been wanting to find out who wrote it. It feels to me that the sense of humor is pretty English; that might help narrow down the suspects 🙂



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