Terry Hull gives Okiedoke the once-over.
Be warned, sometimes Okiedoke is rough around the edges. Hermes has no distaste for the occasional profanity. Sometimes Hermes is funny; sometimes he is funny and vulgar; and sometimes he’s just vulgar.
I take all three descriptions as a compliment of my blog character, considering this definition of:
Etymology: Middle English, from Latin vulgaris of the mob, vulgar, from volgus, vulgus mob, common people
1 a : generally used, applied, or accepted
b : understood in or having the ordinary sense > they reject the vulgar conception of miracle — W. R. Inge
2 : VERNACULAR > the vulgar name of a plant
3 a : of or relating to the common people : PLEBEIAN
b : generally current : PUBLIC > the vulgar opinion of that time >
c : of the usual, typical, or ordinary kind
4 a : lacking in cultivation, perception, or taste : COARSE
b : morally crude, undeveloped, or unregenerate : GROSS
c : ostentatious or excessive in expenditure or display : PRETENTIOUS
5 a : offensive in language : EARTHY
b : lewdly or profanely indecent
synonym see COMMON, COARSE
Seriously, Mr. Hull’s thorough evaluation is appreciated. However, perhaps a disclaimer is in order with the link to Okiedoke on his blogroll. It wouldn’t be the first time.