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Thursday, 1 June 2017

The president and a number of people know what Covfefe means - Sean Spicer

Wednesday evening, White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer addressed the President's viral 'Covfefe' tweet. While taking questions from journalists during the daily briefings, Spicer gave a whole new perspective to the word, saying, 'the president and a small group of people know exactly what he meant'.

The big question now is, 'What is COVFEFE'?

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

The president and a number of RUSSIAN people know what Covfefe means - Sean Spicer

Yiobayae said...

Covfefe is olodo version of coverage.

RareSpecie Z said...

Bloody jokers.
This Spicer again.

gentle said...

Small tweet and everyone is having headache..seems everyone is jobless these days.

Harbest said...

The fake media should tell us the meaning since they claim to know the in and out of Donald Trump.

James said...

This Spicer bastard thinks he's smart, I swear.
Anyone that looks at that tweet for a short time knows he was trying to type "coverage"

dee boi said...

Wahala dey oooo... dee

God's grace said...

Linda I waste my data on your blog you don't post my message am a citizen of this country.... You want me to rate your blog

Anonymous said...

it is a real word of Yiddish origin, meaning "a futile search" or "a pointless and false quest." It was originally transliterated from the Hebrew as "kabfefe," whose etymology is "kab"—relating to the mystical Kabbalah—and "fefe," which is a word for "butterfly." What Trump was actually saying in Yiddish tweet-speak was, "We are doing great things despite the press's negative and pointless search, aka fake news."
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For those who are interested, the idea of "covfefe" comes from an old Yiddish tale about a foolish Sephardi rabbi who believed he was called to find and destroy the mythical and rare butterfly known as Benshariza, or "Lucifer butterfly"—a name that comes from "Helel ben Shahar," meaning "shining star" (see Isaiah 14:12; also see Ephesians 2:2, where Satan is called the "prince of the power of the air"). The rabbi claimed that the Benshariza was recognizable by a unique and disturbing pattern on its huge wings, which looked like the moon and star symbol of the god Ba'al-Hadad. He was convinced that this ominous creature housed "the spirit of Satan" and that if he could destroy it, he would free the world of evil.
His search became an obsession, driving him across Europe to catch countless butterflies, but all he really caught were rounds of derision. His travels took him from Iberia to Bucharest, then up to Moscow, and finally back to Europe again, where he met his doom in the Palatinate (southwestern Germany), in a little town called Cagelenstat.* There he came across a baron who led him to believe that he had the beautiful butterfly in his possession but retorted, "Why, in the name of all things holy, would I hand it over to a little flitting fly-catcher on some stupid kabfefe!" The rabbi, exhausted and frustrated by his long travels, flew into a rage and lunged at the baron, who promptly drove a battle-axe into his skull and ended the meaningless quest. From that point on the word covfefe has been used to laugh at idiots in search of nothing.
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Anonymous said...

Lie Mohammed of USA

Anonymous said...

American version of Lai Mohammed....lol

Vivian Reginalds said...

excess time dey worry Americans!
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Anonymous said...

Covfefe is a Russian word.

Anonymous said...

covfefe is mistake made while typing and jerking off simultaneously

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