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“Well, I don't know about inspiration, but "Meh" is Michelle's favorite expression (both verbally and, uh, facially).”
“In the 30th edition of the Collins English Dictionary, the word Meh will appear.”
“Benetrelli Boogaloo = Mark "Meh" - ness jen*: I definitely prefer episodes that decentralize Mark's story.”
“My whole take on the anonymity of the author is that in all likelihood, the identity is being kept a secret because if you were to know in advance the name of the author, everyone would say, "Meh," and move on with their lives.”
“Possibly an entertaining movie, with a cool trailer involving mech suits (though the thinly allegorical premise makes me say, "Meh"), but I can't help noticing this line in the article: "The film seems like it will feature mature themes unlike any science-fiction film ever made.”
“Meh", probably the laziest dismissive term in recent history.”
“Meh," was how he (she?) described the restaurant, using the new synonym for "enh.”
“If you live anywhere else you will probably think: "Meh".”
“But here's one button you might not have considered: a Facebook "Meh" button.”
“Come June, I strongly suspect that the arrival of "one of the most important characters in comic book history" will be met with a resounding "Meh".”
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