Friday, June 16, 2017

Edin Enamorado's Great Hits: "Arthur is Insinuating a Riot"

Yes, Edin said this.

Granted, I give him mad props for apologizing for calling American citizens "wetbacks".

But I just could not refrain from laughing when he said that I am most likely to "insinuate" a riot:

Yes, Edin said that.

This guy runs his own business.

But he mangles the English language in such a hasty fashion, I really have to wonder how he expects to get elected to Cudahy City Council:

For the record, what does it mean "to insinuate"?

  1. 1.
    suggest or hint (something bad or reprehensible) in an indirect and unpleasant way.

    "he was insinuating that she had slept her way to the top"

    synonyms:implysuggesthintintimateindicate, let it be known, give someone to understand;
    informalmake out
    "he insinuated that she lied"
  2. 2.
    maneuver oneself into (a position of favor or office) by subtle manipulation.

    "she seemed to be taking over, insinuating herself into the family"

    synonyms:worm one's way into, ingratiate oneself with, curry favor with; More

Maybe he meant "incite:

  1. encourage or stir up (violent or unlawful behavior).

    "the offense of inciting racial hatred"

    synonyms:stir up, whip up, encourage, fan the flames of, stoke up, fuelkindleigniteinflamestimulateinstigateprovokeexcitearouseawakeninspireengendertrigger, spark off, fermentfomentMore
    • urge or persuade (someone) to act in a vi

Or perhaps "instigate":

  1. bring about or initiate (an action or event).
    "they instigated a reign of terror"
    synonyms:set in motion, get underway, get off the ground, startcommencebegininitiatelaunchinstitute, set up, inaugurateestablishorganizeMore
    • incite someone to do something, especially something bad.
      "instigating men to refuse allegiance to the civil powers"

Whatever he meant, here's a great new meme for everyone to share:

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