"Heavens to Murgatroyd!" is the characteristic catchphrase of Snagglepuss, used to express disbelief or utter bewilderment.
Heavens to Murgatroyd!As originally voiced by Daws Butler, Snagglepuss seeks quasi-Shakespearean turns of phrase. Some of his campy verbal mannerisms became catchphrases: "Heavens to Murgatroyd!", "Exit, stage left!", and a fondness for closing sentences with the emphatic "even."
Murgatroyd is a surname from old English aristocracy, the first use of the name is Johanus de Morgateroyde, a constable in Yorkshire, in 1371. Morgateroyde literally means the district leading to the moor. Several characters in Gilbert and Sullivan's light opera, Ruddigore, are named Murgatroyd.
SnagglepussThe National Trust property is most associated with the family to this day. The name is also used in the favorite catchphrase of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon character Snagglepuss – "Heavens to Murgatroyd!".
Murgatroyd Name Meaning English (West Yorkshire): habitational name from a lost place near Halifax, apparently named with the medieval personal name Marg(ar)et (see Margeson) + northern Middle English royd 'clearing' (Old English rod).
Keep Punctuation and Sentence Structure in Mind with “But”however.moreover.therefore.consequently.otherwise.furthermore.nevertheless.thus.
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Gullibility occurs because we have evolved to deal with information using two fundamentally different systems, according to Nobel Prize winning psychologist Daniel Kahneman. System 1 thinking is fast, automatic, intuitive, uncritical and promotes accepting anecdotal and personal information as true.