The word “waffling” often gets a bad rap.
In the U.S., one “waffles” when they have trouble making up their mind.
In political circles in particular, a politician is said to “waffle” when their take on important issues flip-flops in sync with their popularity ratings.
Outside the U.S., “waffling” refers to using language without meaning – i.e., “blathering, babbling, droning on.”
But here at Casa Feathers n Beak, there is nothing indecisive about the act of “waffling.”
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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