Re: Thanks Mitt, I'm now officially interested in the Olympics
Willard Mitten Romney...that kinda has a ring to it... not. Especially not at an inauguration ceremony in January 2013, cringe, if we all survive December 21, 2012! ;-) And yeah, B, I know that "mitt" means "my" or "mine" for a neuter noun in Swedish, instead of "min" for the rest. I have a Swedish ex, don't forget. Even if I didn't, I could understand a lot of Swedish from knowing Danish. And don't say a word about the funny "r"s paa dansk, OK? I've heard it all before, believe me! ;-)
And here I've been wondering what "Mitt" is short for!
Mitten? Else, "Mitt" is the swedish word for "mine", like in "you shall obey me, this country is mine". Time to call in James Pond and his new cool mate, Queen E..