What does “wean” mean?

Well, for starters, if you don’t know what it means and you want me to simplify it for you, you are an idiot. Or in kinder terms, not so good in English.

The supposed simpler explanation to the word “wean” — which is 4 letters and 1 syllable — can be explained more “simply” (ya right) by the Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary as:

1: to accustom (as a young child or animal) to take food otherwise than by nursing
2: to detach from a source of dependence <being weaned off the medication> <wean the bears from human food — Sports Illus.> ; also : to free from a usually unwholesome habit or interest <wean him off his excessive drinking> <settling his soldiers on the land… , weaning them from habits of violence — Geoffrey Carnall>
3: to accustom to something from an early age —used in the passive especially with on<students weaned on the Internet for research><I was weaned on greasepaint — Helen Hayes><the principles upon which he had been weaned — J. A. Michener>

So tell me, is that explanation simpler? NO, RIGHT?! (At least not to your limited English vocabulary.) So don’t be a fuckin’ idiot lah! Stupid is stupid. Modern medicine still has not found a cure for stupidity, particularly for 30 year old men like you. WTF.

*blocks idiot from MSN*


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