Instead of wallowing in comedy exile, Slate was earning a book deal.
Folks online are wallowing in Romney saying that as governor he wanted "binders of women."
Not that blacks are alone in wallowing in this early hero enshrinement.
Old English wealwian "to roll," from West Germanic *walwojan, from PIE *wel- "to roll" (see volvox). Figurative sense of "to plunge and remain in some state or condition" is attested from early 13c. Related: Wallowed; wallowing. The noun is recorded from 1590s.