Ah, a question as old as time. Let us explore this query.
Picture a dead rat as a city. Not the prettiest image, sure, but it’s all part of the explanation. In this city, among various microscopic inhabitants, there are these tiny creatures we’re calling “midgets,” just to paint a picture of their size.
Now, these midgets have their own bodies and, yes, their own anuses.
The peculiar part is that in this scenario, the midget’s anus is a big deal. It’s the unsung hero of the microcosm, the talk of the town, if you will. It’s like that awkward moment when a rather unimpressive item suddenly becomes famous and everybody just goes along with it.
When someone accuses you of focusing on the “dead rat’s midget’s anus,” they’re saying you’re really honing in on a tiny detail. It’s a detail so minor, most people would overlook it. But not you, you’re onto it, like a detective finding a single but critical clue in a complicated case. It’s a compliment in a roundabout, absurdly specific way.
Here are some examples of people using the term “dead rat’s midget’s anus”:
- At a Movie Review Podcast: “Honestly, Dave, when you said the movie failed because of the incorrect placement of the lead actor’s pinky in scene 57, you were really focusing on the dead rat’s midget’s anus. But I have to admit, it was an interesting catch!”
- In a Corporate Meeting: “Susan, your analysis of our last quarter’s expenses is so thorough, you’ve even included the cost of the individual staples used in the office. You’ve truly delved into the dead rat’s midget’s anus with this one, and it’s impressive!”
- During a Book Club Discussion: “I can’t believe you noticed that on page 436, the author described the wallpaper as ‘eggshell white’, while on page 22 it was ‘cream’. Talk about spotting the dead rat’s midget’s anus!”
- While Tuning a Vintage Car: “Most people won’t bother with the exact shade of the original paint down to the microscopic pigment mix, but you’ve really gotten into the dead rat’s midget’s anus on this restoration, haven’t you, Jack?”
- At a Cooking Show: “Chef Gordon, you’ve been quite the culinary detective. Pointing out that the onions were chopped into 1.5 cm pieces instead of the requested 1 cm pieces… Well, that’s examining the dead rat’s midget’s anus if I’ve ever seen it. It shows your extreme attention to detail, though, so kudos to you!”