And Pratt is at once macho, charming, and droll; a Han Solo for the Facebook generation.
And, as the enigmatic front man to an avant garde indie rock group, he is droll, perceptive, and splendidly weird.
Truth in Advertising balances the droll with the hopeful and the glib with the heartfelt.
1620s, from French drôle "odd, comical, funny" (1580s), in Middle French a noun meaning "a merry fellow," possibly from Middle Dutch drol "fat little fellow, goblin," or Middle High German trolle "clown," ultimately from Old Norse troll "giant, troll" (see troll (n.)). Related: Drolly; drollish.