Thursday, May 19, 2022

Thursday, May 19, 2022

fey \FAY\, adjective:
  1. Possessing or displaying a strange and otherworldly aspect or quality; magical or fairylike; elfin.
  2. Having power to see into the future; visionary; clairvoyant.
  3. Appearing slightly crazy, as if under a spell; touched.
  4. (Scots.) Fated to die; doomed.
  5. (Scots.) Marked by a sense of approaching death.
Fey comes from Middle English feye, feie, from Old English fæge, "fated to die."

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Hobson's choice (HOB-sonz chois)
  • noun: An apparently free choice that offers no real alternative.
Etymology: After Thomas Hobson (1544?-1630), English keeper of a livery stable, from his requirement that customers take either the horse nearest the stable door or none.
  • v. To hide any objects that you would rather your girlfriend not see. These objects usually include porn, childish things (dolls, small toys, etc), and Pokemon memorabilia. You can girlfriend-proof your car, room, house, and really just about anything. Similar to parent-proof
Mitch: Hey man want to play me in a Yu-Gi-Oh match?
Mike: Sorry dude I just got done girlfriend-proofing my room. All my cards are in a shoe-box under my bed.
Mitch: Oh alright. Hey, did you remember to take down your Justin Timberlake poster?
Mike: Oh shoot. Thanks for reminding me. I'll get home and take care of that right away.
Who was the first villain Superman faced when he made his movie debut in 1948?
  • Spider Lady. She appeared in the 15-episode Superman serial adventure.
  • Anne Boleyn: Henry VIII's second wife was beheaded (1536)
  • New England's Dark Day: clouds, smoke and fog combined to obliterate the sun over the northeastern United States (1780)
  • Tariff of 1828: was passed to protect US industry; it was denounced as a "tariff of abominations" by critics in the South (1828)
  • Marilyn Monroe: crooned ''Happy Birthday, Mr. President'' to John F. Kennedy at a Madison Square Garden fundraiser (1962)
  • Johns Hopkins 1795 - entrepreneur, philanthropist, most noted for the creation of Johns Hopkins Hospital
  • Sarah Peale 1800 - Portrait painter
  • Ho Chi Minh (Nguyen Sinh Cung) 1890 - North Vietnamese Communist revolutionary, prime minister and president
  • Bruce Bennett 1906 - Shot putter, actor
  • George Auld 1919 - Musician
  • Malcolm X (Malcolm Little) 1925 - African-American Muslim minister, public speaker, and human rights activist
  • Jim Lehrer (James Charles "Jim" Lehrer) 1934 - Journalist, news anchor
  • David Hartman 1935 - Television personality
  • James Fox 1939 - Actor
  • Nancy Kwan 1939 - Actress
  • Stephen Young (Stephen Levy) 1939 - Actor
  • Francis Scobee (Francis Richard "Dick" Scobee) 1939 - Astronaut, killed commanding the Space Shuttle Challenger
  • Mickey Newbury 1940 - Songwriter
  • Nora Ephron 1941 - Diretor, producer, screenwriter, novelist, journalist
  • Peter Mayhew 1944 - Actor ("Star Wars")
  • Pete Townsend 1945 - Musician (The Who)
  • David Helfgott 1947 - Concert pianist
  • Joe Michael "Dusty" Hill 1949 - Musician (ZZ Top)
  • Grace Jones 1952 - Singer, model, actress
  • Joey Ramone 1951 - Musician (The Ramones)
  • Phil Rudd 1954 - Musician (AC/DC)
  • Steven Ford (Steven Meigs Ford) 1956 - Actor, son of U.S. President Gerald Ford
  • Martyn Ware 1956 - Musician (The Human League)
  • Iain Harvie (Del Amitri) 1962
  • Jenny Berggren 1972 - Musician (Ace of Base)
  • Kevin Garnett 1976 - Basketball player
  • Eric Lloyd 1986 - Actor
    Anna Carina "Ophelia Overdose" Jahns 1989 - stunning fetish model


    Ginger bathtub sandwich for breakfast... - Model Ophelia Overdose ...