One day after it came out that Meyer, 29, had filed for divorce from his wife of less than two years, we know the reason why thanks to court docs obtained by Page Six via The Blast.
“The marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities between [Dakota Meyer] and [Bristol Palin] that destroys the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation,” Meyer claimed in docs filed in Travis County, Texas, last month.
"Wee-wee'd up" is an atrocious euphemism of Barack Obama's, but a legitimate one: if there is a verb "to wee-wee", then it may perfectly well be turned into a phrasal verb by adding "up", and giving it the meaning "to get one's knickers in a twist".
These habits of word-formation, or neologism, all have a legitimate history.
With a few choice words, Cohen's team showed that it got exactly what it wanted, interview or no interview.
This is not a new problem, though: a character in Jane Austen complains about the use of "nice" to mean "agreeable" rather than "precise".
The viewer gets to see halibut/salmon fishing, logging, dog sledding, gold panning and caribou hunting.
It even showed a bear safety class for rifle practice!
"Yup – we were duped," she wrote in a Facebook post before challenging Cohen to air the footage anyway. Showtime and Cohen responded, pointing to footage of Cohen interviewing Bernie Sanders as the same character, who did not present himself as a disabled veteran.
The cheeky nod to Palin as a publicity consultant highlights the attention she brought to the show while trying to deflect attention for what would likely have been a damaging interview for her image.