So just who are you calling a plantigrade, huh?
You trying to tell me that my grades are lower than a potato's?
That I'm a turnip-head or something?
That my intellectual attainments are...
Well, hey, that's what it sounded like.
So. You're saying that a plantigrade is just a sort of animal that walks with its whole foot on the ground, like a skunk or a rat -
- hey, just a flipping minute, who do you think you're comparing to a skunk or a rat -
- or a bear. I see.
Or a human being.
So...it's nothing to do with plants, then. Or grades.
Well, I suppose I'll have to let you off, this time.
But just don't do it again, okay?
Word Not To Use Today: plantigrade. This word comes from the Latin words planta, the sole of the foot, and gradus, which means a step.