Sunday, June 24, 2018

Sunday, June 24, 2018

slimsy \SLIM-zee\ adjective 
  • flimsy or frail
The reasons why some words flourish and others fall by the lexical wayside are often unclear, but what is clear is that "slimsy" is firmly in the latter category: it has very little current use. This doesn't have to stop you from using it though; "slimsy" is a blend of "slim" and "flimsy," and its meaning should be pretty much apparent to your audience if you're careful with the context. The word was first used in the mid-19th century and was at its peak of popularity in the early 20th, but who knows? Maybe the 21st century will see its revival.

Marathon Fuck
  • When two people engage in sexual intercourse for longer than 1 hour. Either person may orgasim as often as they can, however the sexact must be continuos and non stop. The penis may slip out and ride the clit momentarily or you may change positions. But you cannot leave to get a drink of water or anything of that nature. Marathon-fucking may cause Friction Burn.
"Tracy wanted me to fuck her real quick before she took a shower but I wanted to take about a two hour marathon fuck".

History
  • dancing mania: first major outbreak of this phenomenon — wild, uncontrollable dancing, accompanied by hallucinations, to the point of exhaustion — occurred in Aachen, Germany (1374)
  • John Cabot: explorer became the first European to sight the continent of North America (1497)
  • Henry VIII: crowned king of England (1509)
  • flying saucer: Kenneth Arnold described UFOs he had seen near Mt. Rainier, Washington, as "saucers skipping across the water" (1947); the Roswell Report closed the case on other alleged sightings of UFOs near Roswell, New Mexico (1997)
  • Berlin blockade: Soviet Union prevented delivery of supplies to Berlin; Allied forces began the Berlin airlift in response (1948)
  • FTC: required that a message be placed on all cigarette packages to warn consumers that cigarette smoking is dangerous to their health (1964)
Birthdays
  • E.I. Du Pont 1771
  • Ambrose Bierce 1842
  • Jack Dempsey 1895
  • Irving Kaufman 1910
  • Norman Cousins 1912
  • John Ciardi 1916
  • Al Molinaro 1919
  • Manny Albam 1922
  • Billy Casper 1931
  • Peter Hamill 1935
  • Michele Lee 1942
  • Mick Fleetwood (Fleetwood Mac) 1942
  • Georg Stanford Brown 1943
  • Arthur Brown 1944
  • Jeff Beck (Yardbirds) 1944
  • John ‘Charlie’ Whitney (Family) 1944
  • Colin Blunstone 1945
  • Ellison S. Onizuka 1946
    Patrick Moraz (musician: Yes, Moody Blues) 1948
  • John Illsley (Dire Straits) 1949
  • Nancy Allen 1950
  • Derrick Simpson (Black Uhuru) 1950
  • Astro (UB40) 1957
  • Andrew McCluskey (OMD) 1959
  • Curt Smith (Tears For Fears) 1961
  • Danielle Spencer 1965
  • Sherry Stringfield 1967
  • Jeff Cease (The Black Crowes) 1967
  • Glenn Medeiros 1970
  • Minka Kelly 1980
  
 

Saturday, June 23, 2018

Invalidated

Saturday, June 23, 2018

volant \VOH-luhnt\, adjective:
1. Moving lightly; nimble.
2. Engaged in or having the power of flight.
noun:
1. Also called volant piece. Armor. A reinforcing piece for the brow of a helmet.
Volant stems from the Latin word volāre which meant "to fly". In English, it acquired the sense of moving nimbly in the early 1600s. 

Friend Barrier
  • A wall of friends that protect indecent exposure from others. Used for women changing clothes in class to girls showing their tits.
Girl: Hey guys help me get this shirt off. 
Friend: Let's make a friend barrier. 
Friends make a circle around Girl.

Guy: I dare you to show your breasts. 
Girl: Fine, just make me a friend barrier.
 
 History
  • typewriter: Christopher Sholes received a patent for his new typing machine (1868)
  • Banff National Park: Canada's first national park was signed into law; it is in Alberta, on the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains (1887)
  • SAT: standardized college-admission exam was first administered; 8,000 test-takers had 90 minutes to answer 315 questions (1924)
  • Warren E. Burger: was sworn in as Chief Justice of the United States; he served until 1986 (1969)
  • John Gotti: the "Teflon don," boss of the Gambino crime family, was sentenced to life in prison (1992)
  • Mr & Mrs Bax0jayz tie the (balloon) knot (2001)
Birthdays
  • Josephine Marinique 1763
  • Irvin Cobb 1876
  • Alfred Kinsey 1894
  • Edward Patrick David 1894
  • Edward P. Morgan 1910
  • Jean Marie Anouilh 1910
  • David Ogilvy 1911
  • Alan Turing 1912
  • Irene Worth 1916
  • Larry Blyden 1925
  • Bob Fosse 1927
  • June Carter Cash 1929
  • Adam Faith 1940
  • Diana Trask 1940
  • Wilma Rudolph 1940
  • James Levine 1943
  • Rosetta Hightower (The Orlons) 1944
  • Ted Shackelford 1946
  • Bryan Brown 1947
  • Clarence Thomas 1948
  • Jim Metzler 1954
    Glenn Danzig 1955
  • Randy Jackson (Randall Darius Jackson) 1956 - Musician, judge on "American Idol"
  • Frances McDormand 1957
  • Karin Gustafson 1959
  • Paul La Greca 1962
  • Richard Coles (Communards) 1962
  • Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth) 1962
  • Chico DeBarge 1970
  • Selma Blair 1972
  • Virgo Williams (Ghostowns DJs) 1975

 

Friday, June 22, 2018

WTF Friday: Tampons are a versatile survival tool!


This is a very smart and impressive article. I think I'll keep a couple in my glove box now!

Friday, June 22, 2018

pensée \pahn-SEY\, noun:
  • A reflection or thought.
Pensée comes directly from the French word of the same spelling which means "a thought".
Bi Polar Coaster
  • When you or someone you know is in a relationship where one or the other experiences extreme emotional highs and lows on pretty much a dialy basis.
Derek's girlfriend is freaking out agian, he can't come tonight he is riding the bi polar coaster.

His ex rode the bi polar coaster all the way to crazyville
Trivia
What long-range U.S. Air Force bomber had a hairstyle, a New Wave rock band, and a cocktail named after it?

  • The B-52 Stratofortress strategic bomber. The beehive hairstyle was dubbed the B-52 because of its resemblance to the bomber’s bulbous nose cone; the band, because its two female members wore beehive wigs; and the cocktail, the B-52 shooter, because of its bomblike impact.
Holiday
  • No Panty Day

History
  • Henry Hudson: English explorer was set adrift with his son and several others by the mutinous crew of his ship; the castaways perished (1611)
  • Galileo Galilei: was compelled by the Church to recant his heliocentric view of the universe (1633)
  • G.I. Bill of Rights: law that helped veterans go to college was signed by FDR (1944)
  • Okinawa: the WWII campaign for the island ended; over 12,000 Americans and 110,000 Japanese lost their lives during the 83-day battle (1945)
  • voting age: President Richard Nixon signed a measure allowing 18-year-olds to vote (1970)
  • Charon: largest moon of Pluto was discovered (1978)
Birthdays
  • George Vancouver 1757
  • Erich Maria Remarque 1898
  • Carl Hubbell 1903
  • Billy Wilder 1906
  • Michael Todd 1907
  • Ann Morrow Lindbergh 1907
  • Mary Livingstone 1909
  • Joseph Papp 1921
  • Gower Champion 1921
  • Bill Blass 1922
  • Ralph Waite 1928
  • Roy Drusky 1930
  • Kris Kristofferson 1936
  • Ed Bradley 1941
  • Barry Serafin 1941
  • Michael Lerner 1941
  • Klaus Maria Brandauer 1944
  • Peter Asher (Peter and Gordon) 1944
  • Andrew Rubin 1946
  • David L. Lander 1947
  • Howard Kaylan (The Turtles) 1947
  • Todd Rungren 1948
  • Meryl Streep 1949
  • Allen Osmond 1949
  • Lindsay Wagner 1949
  • Larry Junstrom (.38 Special) 1949
  • Graham Greene 1952
  • Chris Lemmon 1954
  • Freddie Prinze 1954
  • Green Gartside (Scritti Politti) 1956
  • Gary (INXS) Beers 1957
  • Bruce Campbell 1958
  • Alan Anton (Cowboy Junkies) 1959
  • Tracy Pollan 1960
  • Jimi Somerville 1961
  • Jimmy Sommerville (Bronski Beat, Communards) 1961
  • Amy Brenneman 1964
    Dan Brown 1964 (The DaVinci Code)
  • Mike Edwards (Jesus Jones) 1964
  • Tom Cunningham (Wet Wet Wet) 1965
  • Paula Irvine 1968
  • Stephen Page (Barenaked Ladies) 1970
  • Lindsay Ridgeway 1985



Thursday, June 21, 2018

Turtle Thursday: Tortoise in a diaper

Your argument is invalid

SUMMER 2018!




Longest day of the year.

Good to see you again!


Thursday. June 21, 2018

noctilucent \nok-tuh-LOO-suhnt\, adjective:
  • Visible during the short night of the summer.
Noctilucent entered English in the late 1800s. It is a combination of the prefix nocti- (which means "night") and lucent (which means "shining").
 
armchair activist
  • A so-called activist who thinks he is helping towards a good cause by making a topic famous via blogs/social media.
"Forward this link to help breast cancer!!!!"-common saying by an armchair activist.
"Copy this message to help prevent HIV! Look I'm an activist xoxo."

automaton \aw-TOM-uh-ton, -tn\, noun:
  • a mechanical figure or contrivance constructed to act as if by its own motive power; robot.
  • a person or animal that acts in a monotonous, routine manner, without active intelligence.
  • something capable of acting automatically or without an external motive force.
Automaton comes from the Greek autos + matos, literally meaning "self thinking." It entered English in the 1600s.
Holiday
  • Solstice (summer in the Northern Hemisphere; winter in the Southern)
History
  • US Constitution: went into effect as New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify it (1788)
  • Ellen Louks Fairclough: was sworn in as the first female member of the Canadian cabinet (1957)
  • Women's National Basketball Association: league play began (1997)
  • polio: the World Health Organization declared Europe free of the disease (2002)
  • SpaceShipOne: the first privately funded and developed spacecraft was launched over the Mojave Desert and piloted into space by Michael Melvill (2004)
  • Pluto: newly discovered moons were named Nix and Hydra (2006)
Birthdays
  • Martha Washington 1731
  • Henry Ossawa Tanner 1859
  • Al Hirshfield 1903
  • Jean-Paul Sartre 1905
  • Jane Russell 1921
  • Judy Holliday 1922
  • Maureen Stapleton 1925
  • Carl Stokes 1927
  • O.C. Smith 1932
  • Bernie Kopell 1933
  • Francoise Sagan 1935
  • Ron Ely 1938
  • Monte Markham 1938
  • Joe Flaherty 1940
  • Mariette Hartley 1940
  • Brian Sternberg 1943
  • Ray Davies (Kinks) 1944
  • Chris Britton ( The Troggs) 1945
  • Brenda Holloway 1946
  • Joey Molland 1947
  • Michael Gross 1947
  • Meredith Baxter Birney 1947
  • Leon Everette 1948
  • Joey Kramer (Aerosmith) 1950
  • Nils Lofgren (E Street Band) 1951
  • Robyn Douglas 1953
  • Robert Pastorelli 1954
  • Leigh McCloskey 1955
  • Berke Brethed 1957
  • Mark Brzezicki (Big Country) 1957
  • Kathy Mattea 1959
  • Marc Copage 1962
  • Doug Savant 1964
  • Porter Howell 1964
  • Sammi Davis-Voss 1964
  • Michael Dolan 1965
  • Allison Moorer 1972
  • Juliette Lewis 1973
  • Justin Cary (Sixpence None the Richer) 1975
  • Mike Einziger (Incubus) 1976
  • Prince William (England) 1982

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Hasselhoff Wednesday: So 80s yo!

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

agnate \ag-neyt\, noun:
1. A relative whose connection is traceable exclusively through males.
2. Any male relation on the father's side.
adjective:
1. Related or akin through males or on the father's side.
2. Allied or akin. 
Agnate is derived from the Latin word agnātus which referred to paternal kinsmen. 
 
Daddy Soda
  • Beer or an alcoholic beverage. Mostly used by little kids.
Little Kid 1: Charles was drinking daddy soda 
Little Kid 2: I tried a sip and it is icky 


History
  • Black Hole of Calcutta: 146 British soldiers were imprisoned in one cell in a jail in India; by morning many of the men had suffocated (1756)
  • Flight to Varennes: faced with anti-royalty hostility during the French Revolution, King Louis XVI tried unsuccessfully to flee the country (1791)
  • Queen Victoria: longest-reigning British monarch succeeded to the throne (1837)
  • Toast of the Town: debuted on CBS; in 1955 it was renamed The Ed Sullivan Show (1948)
  • Hot line: Moscow-Washington line of direct communication was established following the Bay of Pigs standoff (1963)
  • Jaws: Steven Spielberg's thriller was released, chilling viewers and shattering box office records (1975)
Birthdays
  • Adam Ferguson 1723 - Philosopher, historian, known as Ferguson of Raith
  • Charles Chesnutt (Charles Waddell Chesnutt) 1858 - Author, essayist, political activist
  • Jean Moulinn 1899 - High profile member of the French Resistance during World War II
  • Errol Flynn 1909 - Actor
  • Pancho Segura (Francisco Olegario Segura) 1921 - Tennis player 
  • Chet Atkins (Chester Burton Atkins) 1924 - Guitarist
  • Audie Murphy 1924 - Actor, most decorated American soldier of World War II
  • James Tolkan 1931 - Actor
  • Martin Landau 1931 - Actor
  • Olympia Dukakis 1931 - Actress
  • Danny Aiello (Daniel Louis "Danny" Aiello, Jr.) 1933 - Actor
  • Brett Halsey 1933 - Actor
  • Rossanna Podestà 1934 - Actress
  • Len Dawson (Leonard Ray "Len" Dawson) 1935 - Football player
  • Billy Guy 1936 - Singer (The Coasters)
  • Jerry Keller (Jerry Paul Keller) 1937 - Singer, songwriter
  • John Mahoney 1940 - Actor ("Frasier")
  • Stephen Frears 1941 - Film director
  • Brian Wilson 1942 - Musician (Beach Boys)
  • Anne Murray (Morna Anne Murray) 1945 - Singer
  • John McCook 1945 - Actor
  • Bob Vila (Robert J. "Bob" Vila) 1946 - Television host ("This Old House")
  • Andre Watts 1946 - Classical pianist
  • Candy Clark (Candace June "Candy" Clark) 1947 - Actress
  • Tina Sinatra 1948 - Producer, actress, second daughter of Frank Sinatra
  • Lionel Richie 1949 - Singer, musician
  • John Goodman 1952 - Actor
  • Cindy Lauper 1953 - Singer
  • Alan Longmuir 1953 - Musician (Bay City Rollers)
  • Michael Anthony 1954 - Musician (Van Halen)
  • John Taylor 1960 - Musician (Duran Duran, Neurotic Outsiders)
  • Mark De Gli Antoni 1962 - Musician (Soul Coughing)
  • Michael Landon, Jr. 1964 - Actor, writer, producer
  • Nicole Kidman 1967 - Actress
    Chino Moreno 1973 - Singer (Deftones)
  • Christopher Mintz-Plass 1989 - Actor (McLovin from Superbad, The Mother Fucker from Kick-Ass II)