MI= short form of demi, meaning half
CHAUD= french-canadian slang for drunk
Hence, "half drunk"
2. "Whenever I see that guy, he always seems to be MICHAUD"
adj, used to describe a question that has a common sense answer
Jack, "That's a michaud question"
Teacher, "Open your textbook to page 265"
Student, "What page?"
Other Student, "Don't be a michaud..."
Student, "Why did you write durde(dirty) on my paper?
Teacher, "It says divide?"
Student, "Sorry, I'm a michaud"
Text from Ted: 2:00P.M. "what are you doing tonight?"
Text from Kaitlyn: 6:00P.M. "sorry, I was busy all afternoon, what did you have in mind?"
Text from Ted: 6:01P.M. "what?"
Text from Kaitlyn: 6:02P.M. "You're being a michaud"
Fred: "Wanna go to the movies:
Ralph: "Sorry, i cant im going to dinner with my family"
Fred 2 hours later: "what are you doing tonight?"
Ralph: "That's a michaud question"