fob \FOB\, noun:
- A short chain, usually with a medallion or similar ornament, worn hanging from a pocket.
- A small pocket just below the waistline in trousers for a watch, keys, change, etc.
- To cheat someone by substituting something spurious or inferior.
- To put (someone) off by deception or trickery
Fob most likely derives from the Germanic fopke, "pocket."
- 'Sofa Sunday' is the day or days when most people shop for the holiday gifts using their tablets.
What a sofa sunday! (I got many of my gifts for the holidays purchased from the convenience of my home, using my tablet)
What famous Renaissance artist fled Rome and lived in exile after killing someone in a dispute over a tennis match?
- Caravaggio, in 1606.
- coed: Oberlin College became the first institution of higher learning in the US to serve both male and female students (1833)
- A Streetcar Named Desire: Tennessee William's Pulitzer Prize-winning play opened on Broadway (1947)
- heart transplant: the procedure was first performed by Christiaan Barnard on Louis Washkansky in Cape Town; the patient lived 18 days before succumbing to pneumonia, but his new heart didn't fail (1967)
- 20th Century Limited: luxury NYC–Chicago train, on which passengers were routinely given flowers and perfume, finished its final run (1967)
- Bhopal disaster: poison gas emission from Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, killed thousands of people in arguably the worst industrial disaster ever (1984)
- George McClellan 1826
- Joseph Conrad 1857
- Carlos Montoya 1903
- Ferlin Husky 1925
- Andy Williams 1927
- Jean-Luc Godard 1930
- Brendan Fraser 1968 - Actor ("George of the Jungle")
- Holly Marie Combs 1973
- Lauren Roman 1975
- Amanda Seyfried 1985