Sip of the Day – July 9, 2011

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Titera’s Tidbit: Deadpan
The evocative word meaning “without expression” comes from vaudeville, appearing in the late 1910’s. In the slang of vaudeville players, “pan” meant face, by which the word becomes perfectly transparent: dead face, “one that doesn’t move, blink, or do anything at all”. The great master of “deadpan” was the silent actor Buster Keaton, who weathered all kinds of hilarious calamity without betraying emotion.

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