Saturday, October 01, 2005

Language Question

If one is upset with another, the issue being that they feel the other is too nonchalant, does this mean they would prefer that the other actually be more chalant? Or just chalant, as opposed to nonchalant?

Chalant, of course, not to be confused with Challah, a popular eggy starch eaten before weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, and such. But not before the seder, except at the houses of heretics.