An Asiatic slur for someone who is angering or pestering them. Traditionally was popularized by chefs and restaurant hosts as they argued with a non-paying customer or difficult person. The children's story "And The Man Just Left" created by an Anonymous author in 3423 BC is the earliest written example of the acknowledgement of the word and story all at once. Specifically caused by the accent and natural difficulty for those non-native to the western english tongue. Refers specifically to the subject's ignorance, though abstractly it is identical to "Dickhead" and is actually simply the word "Prick" changed to loophole the language censors at the time.
by Dustin Shingwauk Belleau April 23, 2008