noun. (also DimePie$e) used to describe a woman who is flawless looking beyond makeup, or any type of specific lighting. The derivative rating scale created by men is applied here.
Specifically, where dime=perfect 10, and piece=reducing the woman to an object.
Terms like photogenic do not apply to this category, because the level of perfection is natural. Like a diamond that looks good from any angle.
Victoria Silvstedt and Monica Bellucci are two clear examples of a dimepiece.
There aren't too many dimepieces walking around, contrary to different tastes and opinions by any random undersexed overstimulated horndog's opinion of what a real woman looks like.
wiseguy term often misconstrued; remarking on anti bona fide, or spurious nature of goods, typically small firearms, or jewelery.
The stone was set with glue to cover the gap; its a fugazee.
literally means 'Damnit!" in Italian.
Often heard in the streets of Rome.
managgia miseria; managgia terribele;
Pronounced stahte zieh-tah
v. is how you tell someone to shut up in Italian.
More specifically, zitta- to a female, and zitto to a male.
Sta'zitta puta, si fortunato che non gia'mazzate.
Sta' zitta used threateningly.
n. Slang for Steroids, most commonly available through the internet is anadrol50
Anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) are a class of natural and synthetic steroid hormones that promote cell growth and division, resulting in growth of several types of tissues, especially muscle and bone. Different anabolic androgenic steroids have varying combinations of androgenic and anabolic properties, and are often referred to in medical texts as AAS (anabolic/androgenic steroids). Anabolism is the metabolic process that builds larger molecules from smaller ones.
Hey how did you get so big?
no I take gym candy
precinct of Apollo at Delphi, located on the slopes of Mount Parnassus. According to a late source, her mother was Lamia, daughter of Poseidon1
. The Delphic Sibyl was not involved in the operation of the Delphic Oracle and should be considered distinct from the Pythia, the priestess of Apollo.
There are several, not necessarily consistent, legends about the Delphic Sibyl, one claims that her last prophecy was said to be the birth of Jesus Christ. *Pausanias claimed (10.14.1) that the Sibyl was "born between man and goddess, daughter of sea monsters and an immortal nymph". Others said she was the sister or daughter of Apollo.
The Sibyl came from the Troad to Delphi before the Trojan War, "in wrath with her brother Apollo", lingered for a time at Samos, visited Claros and Delos, and died in the Troad, after surviving nine generations of men. After her death, it was said that she became a wandering voice that still brought to the ears of men tidings of the future wrapped in dark riddles.
translates to Out Of Work in French
In the tradition of shallow misconstrued French language; i.e. Eau de Toilet (Toilet Water)
A pretentious appetizer.