What does jig noir melt mean? WHAT does jig noir melt mean? Are you asking ME what jig noir melt means?
No? Why not? I'd be the one to ask - I made it up. You'd think I'd have an explanation. Of course, that's just what they'd be expecting...hmmm...
But, alright. I'll give it away, because it's not a trade secret or anything.
"Jig", of course, is a dance. Not just any dance, but a cheerful little energetic dance.
"Noir" means black, a color often enough associated with death - it also refers to a particularly depressing style of artsy film, usually with subtitles and usually not making any more sense with them than it might have without.
"Melt" is the key - not only does it make it a proper anagram of Mortijingle, but it blends the two together. A cheerful black little energetic dance of death, without subtitles but not always making sense anyway.
I did TOO have an explanation. <flounce>
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and filled my favourite vase with SOUP?"
-- Princess Daquiri