The idea for this Dunged post came from reading questions posed by another Seattle writer, Becky Selengut. The curious among you can see the original discussion in a November 2012 post in which Selengut made these inquiries: “Where did the expression bat-sh%t crazy come from? What is it about bats? Why does their excrement seem to imply some form of mental break?”
I wondered too and I asked my favorite word snooper, Lexie Kahn, to see if she could dig up the answer. I’m passing the keyboard over to her to explain what she found.
Photo courtesy of Lexie Kahn, also known as Judy Herman. Some rights reserved.
Brian Neely is a talented fine art photographer currently living in Kabul, Afghanistan. He works with digital and film cameras, loves single-origin coffees and microbrews, and is the only person I know who has run the Athens Classic Marathon in Greece.
This post begins a new tradition for me, introducing you to the bloggers in my Blogroll. First up is Mike Pirnat, the man behind A Leaf on the Wind. I first started reading Mike thanks to his connection to my long-time friend, Eric Meyer. (Yes, Cleveland connects us all.)