Hot Slut Of The Day!

April 16, 2016 / Posted by:

Margaret Miles, the self-proclaimed “stereotypical librarian” who knitted her way into the hearts of America on Thursday and Friday’s episodes of Jeopardy! 

Margaret Miles deserves to be HSOTD for the simple fact that her “Moe Howard after cutting his own hair with safety scissors” hairstyle is so now. But Margaret Miles is so much more than her hot hairstyle. HuffPo says that on Thursday night’s episode, Margaret, who works as a librarian at the New Hanover County Public Library in Wilmington, North Carolina, was in the lead with $7,600 when silver Canadian fox Alex Trebek talked to her at intermission times (aka the midpoint of the show).

Alex asked Margaret what she likes to do for fun, and she said that her idea of a funky good time is knitting and petting her cats. And just like that, Margaret Miles became my favorite Christopher Guest character who never was:

“What do I do for fun? Knit. And pet cats. I’m hopelessly stereotypical.”

The Susan Boyle of the librarian world has been found!

I never leave my house, but when I do, I usually find myself sitting at the bar and wishing that I was at home knitting and petting cats. So Margaret Miles definitely knows the right way to have some real fun.

As the cat ladies, librarians and knitters cheered on one of their own, Margaret destroyed her competition on Thursday and won the game with $40,100. Sadly Margaret’s reign was short-lived and ended last night when she lost. But long live Margaret! I hope she uses a piece of her winnings to throw herself a huge victory party with a whole lot of knittin’ and pussy pettin’. Go wild, Margaret!

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