Hike’s Dictionary: Kapin

April 5, 2012 § Leave a comment

Kap-in – (noun)

A soft, square bit of paper or tissue used to wipe your filthy hands and face while eating.

Occasionally Hiram likes to use a kapin when he eats– key word being “occasionally.” This inconsistency is the only way to explain our baffled expressions as he sits there, covered head to toe in goo with sticky hands raised visibly above table level, saying, “Kapin, please. Kapin. Kap-in. Kapin!”




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