To be Orved & Dunzed as the grandchildren would say but yet, still not know exactly why, constitutes this term ever the more humorous as an old money, high society knee-slapper of a joke. When used in its original full length format it can be soothing for the soul as comedic relief by these aristocratic snobs. This tells of their apathy in life, yet humorous notation of tragedy experienced by others same; who through some type of Wall Street disaster, had instantly lost all financial ability to maintain like social standing and living existence.
To be Orvilled and Dunsworthed is to meet financial Armageddon when 'rolled over' are all assets to pay an outstanding liability. To be Orvilled
Nothing can dig out, these of the once affluent from said predicament. To be Dunsworthed
…Except the grandchildren maybe? Orville Dunsworth is a dug from the grave character in the movie, “Children Shouldn’t Play with Dead Things!”