ultrafacts:An investigation into the etymology of “meh”…

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An investigation into the etymology of “meh” discovered that it may have Yiddish origins, but the first use of “meh” as a word expressing indifference came from a July 9, 1992 Usenet post complaining about Melrose Place. John Swartzwelder was credited with first introducing “meh” into a Simpsons script, and when reached for comment, he claimed he heard it from an advertising writer who said it was the funniest word in the world—in the early ‘70s. No matter its origins, The Simpsons was responsible for making it one of the 20 words that defined the 2000s, according to BBC News online. [x]

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