DID YOU KNOW…..I didn't think so……Manure

Did you know

that the word “manure” comes from the French “main-oeuvre” and means hard work. I didn’t think so. Also, tillage by manual labor and today a dressing applied to lands. Confirms what I always thought. Hard work is a bunch of


8 Responses to “DID YOU KNOW…..I didn't think so……Manure”

  1. Nope, I didn’t know that, but, it sounds like a really big load of “Manure” to me……

    Just to get back at you….. One (1) Point on my quiz for the person answering this one – Where did the word “crap” come from?…..

  2. From that dice game? But where did game get it’s name?????

  3. Nope, It doesn’t have anything to do with “shooting craps”…… I thought this would be an easy one and the answer definitely fits the usage of the word…..

  4. I thought it came from the name of the person who made the first marketable toilet.

  5. “Mr. Crapper” ??????

    This post is sinking to an intellectual bottom.

  6. Jek gets One (1) Point on MR’s quizzes – which brings him up to a whopping Two and One-Half (2.5) Points!….. Anon, I thought you knew everything weird – I’m disappointed….. Here’s the answer – It was derived from the first flush lavatory, Crapper’s Valveless Water Waste Preventor, developed in 1837 by English sanitary engineer Thomas Crapper….. I’d like to see the “Family Tree of Crapper”….. Should be interesting reading…..

  7. So where/who decided to call the Natl. Sport of Canada Hockey? Why didn’t they call it Crap or Manure Since both fits.

  8. J.J…….?????? Are you talking about hockey in the early days when they used horse pucky and brooms.

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