Thursday, July 06, 2023

Thursday, July 6, 2023

stonewall \STOHN-wawl\, verb:
1. To block, stall, or resist intentionally.
2. In cricket, to play a defensive game, as by persistently blocking the ball instead of batting it for distance and runs.
3. To filibuster
While to stonewall conjures associations with the bar in New York that played a role in the gay rights movement as well as Confederate General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, this verb originates in the simple sense of obstruction conjured by a wall made of stone. The first recorded use of the verb form occurs in 1914.
1. The universally recognized "F word"
2. N. Implying complete and utter confusion
3. N. a really stupid person
4. V. To procreate
5. adj. Can be used to modify any word for more passion
6. Int. Expresses disgust
7. Int. Expresses complete suprise and joy
8. adv. Can be used to make a command more urgent
1. I do not accept the "F word" as your name
2. What in the fuck?
3. You stupid fuck!
4. I sugest we go fuck in your mothers bed while eating crackers and petting a cat name mittens!
5. This fucking guy was so fucking weird. He asked me if I was fucking insane.
6. Aw, FUCK!!
7. Holy fuck! You guys rock!
8. Just fucking jump before I fucking kick you in the balls!
Sorry for party rockin'
  • An apology for any acts that you may (or may not) remember after a bout of drinking/partying. While not required, it is almost always accepted by the receiving party. It is almost always said while hungover.
Friend 1: "Dude, you left the club last night with my sister, and banged her. Then when you were leaving you stumbled in my mom's room and had sex with her too!"
Friend 2: "Sorry for party rockin'"
Friend 1: Oh when you put it that's cool
What classic pizza’s key ingredients were intended to represent the colors of the Italian flag?
  • The Margherita, which is topped with Italy’s colors—red (tomatoes), white (mozzarella), and green (fresh basil). Created in the late 19th century, it was named in honor of Queen Margherita of Savoy.
  • Sir Thomas More: author of Utopia was beheaded for refusing to recognize Henry VIII as head of the new Church of England; More was canonized 400 years later (1535)
  • Major League Baseball All-Star Game: was first played, in Chicago, as part of the 1933 World's Fair; AL over NL, 4-2 (1933)
  • Anne Frank: 13-year-old diarist took refuge from the Nazis, along with her family, in the Secret Annex; they were discovered two years later and most were slaughtered (1942)
  • AK-47 production begins. Goes on to become the most reliable and widely used rifle in the world (1947)
  • The Beatles: John Lennon and Paul McCartney met for the first time (1957)
  • Althea Gibson: became the first black woman to win the women's singles tennis match at Wimbledon and the US Open (1957)
  • John Paul Jones 1747 - First United States' well known naval fighter in the American Revolutionary War
  • Harold Vanderbilt 1884 - American railroad executive
  • LaVerne Andrews 1911 - Singer (The Andrews Sisters)
  • Sebastian Cabot 1918 - Actor
  • Nancy Reagan (Anne Frances Robbins) 1921 - Wife of U.S. President Ronald Reagan, actress
  • William Schallert 1922 - Actor ("The Patty Duke Show")
  • Merv Griffin 1925 - Television host, singer
  • Susan Cabot 1927 - Actress
  • Pat Paulsen (Patrick Layton "Pat" Paulsen) 1927 - Comedian, satirist
  • Janet Leigh 1927 - Actress
  • Bill Haley 1927 - Musician (Bill Haley and His Comets)
  • Della Reese 1931 - Actress, singer
  • Dalai Lama (Jetsun Jamphel Ngawang Lobsang Yeshe Tenzin Gyatso, usually shortened to Tenzin Gyatso) 1935 - Fourteenth Dalai Lama
  • Ned Beatty 1937 - Actor
  • Gene Chandler (Eugene Dixon) 1937 - Singer, known as "The Duke of Earl"
  • Jeannie Seely 1940 - Country music singer
  • Ric Elswit 1945 - Musician (Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show)
  • Burt Ward 1946 - Actor, best known for his role as Robin in the television series "Batman"
  • Fred Dryer 1946 - Football player, actor ("Hunter")
  • Jamie Wyeth 1946 - Artist
  • Sylvester Stallone 1946 - Actor ("Rocky" series of movies)
  • George W. Bush (U.S.) 1946 - 43rd President of the United States
  • Nathalie Baye 1948 - Actress
  • Geoffrey Rush 1951 - Actor
  • Shelly Hack 1952 - Actress, model
  • Grant Goodeve 1952 - Actor ("Eight is Enough"), television host
  • Nanci Griffith 1953 - Singer, guitarist, songwriter
  • Allyse Beasley 1954 - Actress ("Moonlighting")
  • Willie Randolph 1954 - Baseball player, manager
  • John Jorgenson 1956 - Musician (Desert Rose Band, The Hellecasters, Elton John)
  • Ron Duguay 1957 - Hockey player, coach
  • Jon Keeble 1959 - Musician (Spandau Ballet)
  • Glenn Scarpelli 1968 - Actor ("One Day at a Time")
  • Stacey "Mrs. Bax0jayz" 1971 - super hot hottie of the forevers!
  • 50 Cent (Curtis James Jackson III) 1976 - Rapper, actor
  • Tia Mowry (Tia Dashon Mowry Hardrict) 1978 - Actress
  • Tamera Mowry (Tamera Darvette Mowry) 1978 - Actress
    Kevin Hart 1979 - Comedian 
    Eva Green 1980 - Actress
  • Brandon Jacobs 1982 - Football player 
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