slumgullion \sluhm-GUHL-yuhn, SLUHM-guhl-\, noun:
1. a stew of meat, vegetables, potatoes, etc.
2. a beverage made weak or thin, as watery tea, coffee, or the like.
3. the refuse from processing whale carcasses.
4. a reddish, muddy deposit in mining sluices.
Slumgullion is an Americanism dating back to the 1840s. It is perhaps related to the word cullion, which comes from the Latin term meaning "bag" or "testicle."
Two cheeks to the wind
- When a girl (or woman that thinks she is still a girl) wears booty shorts where both cheeks are hanging out. This is is not to be confused with well known phrase "two sheets to the wind" signifiying that a person is drunk.
Wow, did you see Lindsey Lohan's shorts?
Yep, she has two cheeks to the wind!Trivia
After what famous baseball player did comedian Woody Allen name a son and filmmaker Spike Lee name a daughter?
- Satchel Paige, the legendary Hall of Fame pitcher. After splitting with Allen, actress Mia Farrow changed their son’s name to Seamus. Lee’s daughter’s name remains Satchel.
- Embargo Act: the US banned trade with foreign countries in response to interference with neutral American ships by France and Britain, which were at war with each other (1807)
- Beethoven's Fifth: and Sixth Symphonies premiered (1808)
- Dreyfus Affair: French Jewish officer Alfred Dreyfus was wrongly convicted of treason in a trial that raised cries of anti-Semitism; he was later exonerated (1894)
- USGA: governing body of golf was founded (1894)
- Colo: the first gorilla bred in captivity was born in the Columbus Zoo; she is now a great-great-grandmother (1956)
- Flight 63: American Airlines passenger Richard Reid attempted to blow up a plane with a shoe bomb; he is serving a life sentence for that plot (2001)
- Giacomo Puccini 1858
- Connie Mack 1862
- Andre Kostelanetz 1885
- Dame Edith Margaret 1907
- Lady Bird Johnson 1912
- Gene Rayburn (Rubessa) 1917
- Frankie Darro (Johnson) 1917
- Barbara Billingsley 1922
- Peggy Castle (Blair) 1927
- Hector Elizondo 1936
- Red Steagall 1937
- Steve Carlton (MLB) 1944
- Barry Jenkins (Nashville Teens, Animals) 1944
- Diane Sawyer 1945
- Bob Fitchner 1950
- Rick Nielsen (Cheap Trick) 1950
- Jan Stephenson 1951
- Luther Campbell 1960
- Ralph Fiennes 1962
- Lauralee Bell 1968