Something that is not quite Chippewa is something unwanted in a particular, typically coercive, social setting. Something that is not politically correct and therefore stamped on by any means necessary, typically by someone who selflessly has taken it upon themselves to decide what's best for everyone else, and smiles as they do it. From a line spoken by Camp Chippewa director (Peter MacNicol) in the 1993 movie "Addams Family Values".
Why do I get the feeling there's something not quite right here? Something ... not quite Chippewa?
Fearman tərəfindən 12 Mart 2008