08 July 2007

Meatl Prots


I can't stop saying Meatl Prots. I think it's my new favorite expression. Maybe I'll start shouting it out the car window when teenagers fail to yield, and muttering it under my breath at slobs who put their feet on the seats on the train. Meatl Prots.

13 comments:

mayberry said...

I get that meatl = metal, but prots has me stumped. (Although I am sure I will be saying it all day now too.)

Furrow said...

prots = ports?

Furrow said...

BTW, I like saying meatl prots with a russian accent.

S. said...

It might be the antidote to OMG, Ponies!

painted maypole said...

prots=posts?

Gotta love when the directions are written in "English," eh? If I were the boss of that translater, I would yell at him/her "meatl prots!!!" and then fire him/her. Translate that!

momomax said...

whatever it says, I like the accidental graphics.

Magpie said...

I believe that PROTS = PARTS, doubly misspelled. Meatl Prots!

slouching mom said...

yeah, i'd go with parts.

hahahahahah!

i love it.

pinknest said...

oooh sounds like an exciting new dish to try!

niobe said...

Did I somehow miss where we learned what meatl prots were, uh, prot of?

Magpie said...

Meatl prots are the fasteners in the knock-down bench I bought and put together so that I could have somewhere to sit in the garage when I need to take off my muddy boots. Needless to say, the bench was made in China.

BipolarLawyerCook said...

But do you say "meat-l" or "mee-at-l?" Inquiring minds need to know!

Magpie said...

Meatl, rhymes with beetle. :)