What does this mean?

I need your feedback, peeps. I left a comment over at Laid Off Dad’s and this guy ‘Prego’ leaves a comment in return. I can’t figure out if he thinks I used the word ‘aplomb’ incorrectly or if he is amazed that I knew how to use it properly in a sentence. I meant exactly what I said and there is nothing incorrect about it. He, on the other hand, wrote some really poorly constructed sentences and then used the word ‘sangfroid’ in a really odd way. I just can’t tell what he is saying.

So what do you think? I’m not going to start a debate on someone else’s blog so I’m bringing it over here.

Thanks in advance for your thoughts.

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8 Responses to What does this mean?

  1. jeanne says:

    Aplomb, n.:Self-confident assurance; poise.WTF is wrong with everyone?Ok, it’s ALL taken care of babes.

  2. jeanne says:

    ooooh, now he talked DOWN to me. lack the reader’s digest version of humor? again I say: WTF?I INVENTED humor, buster!

  3. 21st Century Mom says:

    Wow – he’s so clueless. I can’t figure out what he means at all. I’d respond to him at LOD but it just seems inappropriate for me to do it. Thanks for giving it a shot, though!

  4. jeanne says:

    He’s a man. That’s the whole story, right there!

  5. 21st Century Mom says:

    Actually Jeanne, he is a man who writes about poop, not just once but reapeatedly. He uses lots of potty mouth vocabulary on his site – and he has the temerity to question my command of English. What can we realistically expect from such a person? 😉

  6. dorine says:

    I think Prego is the clerk from the Swiss Army knife store.Ciao, baby!

  7. jeanne says:

    oh I just looked at his site; it seemed a wee bit mysoginist (probably just misspelled that bcs I failed to look it up in my NEW DICTIONARY!) He talks about his wife in a weird, condescending way.

  8. Jessica says:

    You used it correctly, dear (coincidently, it is one of my favorite words). I think we might have a “dolt” on our hands in Prego.

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