Monday, January 16, 2017

Monday, January 16, 2017

spirituel \spir-i-choo-EL\, adjective:
1. Showing or having a refined and graceful mind or wit.
2. Light and airy in movement; ethereal.
Spirituel enters English from the French word for spiritual, but takes up a distinct yet related meaning to its English sibling.
COD diet
  • when you lose a lot of weight due to missing meals, because you play too much call of duty
Guy 1: Dude, have you lost weight?
Guy 2: Yeah, after Black Ops came out, I went back on the COD diet.

  • A view of the female breast seen from a side; generally under loosely-fitting clothes. Very titillating (pun intended) and sexual without showing any overt nudity.
There is so much sideboob at Los Angeles awards shows!
My brother's g/f's sideboob totally distracted me from my own g/f.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a United States holiday marking the birthdate of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., observed on the third Monday of January each year, around the time of King's birthday, January 15. It is one of four United States federal holidays to commemorate an individual person

  • Ivan the Terrible: grand prince of Moscow was crowned the first czar of Russia (1547)
  • US civil service: US government commission was reestablished by the Pendleton Act, ending the spoils system; from then on, appointments to public office were to be made based on merit, not loyalty (1883)
  • Amendment 18: the law beginning Prohibition was ratified (1920); it was repealed in 1933
  • Mickey Mantle: signed a $75,000-a-year contract, becoming the highest-paid baseball player at the time (1961)
  • Operation Desert Storm: the White House announced the start of the campaign to drive Iraqi forces out of Kuwait (1991)
  • Ellen Johnson Sirleaf: was sworn in as president of Liberia, becoming Africa's first elected female head of state (2006)
  • imagebam.comimagebam.comAndre Michelin 1853
  • Evelyn Levine 1902
  • Ethel Merman 1909
  • Dizzy Dean 1911
  • Elliott Reid 1920
  • Katy Jurado 1927
  • Pilar Lorengar 1928
  • William Kennedy 1928
  • G.T. (Granville) Hogan 1929
  • Norman Podhoretz 1930
  • Susan Sontag 1933
  • Marilyn Horne 1934
  • A.J. Foyt 1935
  • Bob Bogle (The Ventures) 1937
  • Barbara Lynn 1942
  • Bill Francis (Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show) 1942
  • Jim Stafford 1944
  • Ronnie Milsap 1943
    Dr. Laura Schlessinger1947 quack
  • John Carpenter 1948 horror dude
  • Caroline Munro 1949 
    Debbie Allen 1950
  • Sade Adu (singer) 1959
  • Paul Webb (Talk Talk) 1962
  • Maxine Jones (En Vogue) 1966
  • David Chokachi 1968
    John Davison 1971 Current singer of YES
  • Kate Moss 1974
  • Aaliyah 1979
  • Yvonne Zima 1989