stelliferous \ste-LIF-er-uh s\, adjective
- having or abounding with stars.
Origin: Stelliferous derives from the Latin stellifer meaning "star-bearing." It has been used in English since the late 1500s.
Netflix and Jill
- When you watch Netflix alone and jerk off.
As Ryan stared into his television screen he realized that this Netflix and Jill session would end more quickly than he anticipated. Toward the end of Drew's Netflix and Jill session he realized that he ruined a good pair of socks.
- McDonald Islands: uninhabited, barren, volcanic islands were discovered in the Indian Ocean near Antarctica (1854)
- appendectomy: the first such surgical removal of the appendix was performed in Iowa (1885)
- Great Society: President Lyndon B. Johnson outlined his domestic policies in his State of the Union address; he aimed to "end poverty and racial injustice" (1965)
- Nancy Pelosi: became the US's first female Speaker of the House (2007)
- Jakob Grimm 1785
- Louis Braille 1809
- Charles "Tom Thumb" Stratton 1838
- Augusta John 1878
- Sterling Holloway 1905
- Jane Wyman 1914
- Barbara Rush 1927
- Don Shula (NFL) 1930
- Ray Starling 1933
- Jean Chretien 1934
- Floyd Patterson 1935
- Dyan Cannon 1937
- Kathy Forrester (The Forrester Sisters) 1955
- Bernard Sumner (New Order) 1956
- Denise Matthews 1959 (aka VANITY)
- Michael Stipe (R.E.M.) 1960
- Patrick Cassidy 1961
- Dave Foley 1963
- Julia Ormond 1965
- Deana Carter 1966
- Benjamin Darvill (Crash Test Dummies) 1967
- Jeremy Licht 1971