It means "the ability to sit through or endure something boring" AND "the ability to endure or persist in a task." As in:
I had great Sitzfleisch last night watching the Oscar Ceremony.
Sitzfleisch will be required this afternoon when I pick up my sons from school and let them know all electronic gadgets, including Wii, iPod Touch, iPad and PlayStation are off-limits until further notice.
There's a new sheriff in town, as they say.
|Policewoman, suffragette, 1908|
Hahaha! And the photo....great!ReplyDelete
I taped the whole thing and doubt I'll ever watch it, just don't have the sitzfleisch for it!ReplyDelete
that's the same photo I use when I o any of my "Language cop" posts - especially about not using the "r" word. I love her, don't you?ReplyDelete
Wait- did I miss something? Are the boys being punished? You go, Girl Sheriff!ReplyDelete
OK Sheriff and what's with the new law of the land...I'd like to adopt same and maybe include TV too? What's yur plan? Also, glad you're going to the GP; it's a good thing!ReplyDelete