A cross that is upside down, with the short end pointing toward the bottom.
Commonly believed to be a satanic symbol, it is actually the opposite; According to legend, St. Peter requested that he be crucified in a different way than Jesus Christ
, because he felt that he didn't deserve to die in the same manner as his lord, so the Romans raised his cross with him upside down.
That's right, every so-called Satanist who wears the inverted cross is actually showing humility and unworthiness before Christ.
If the inverted cross is an anti-Christian symbol, why the hell is it carved on the back of the pope's throne?
An Irish term, Feck is without a set annotation or connotation, and can be positive or negative depending upon context. Very Zen-like, really.
"You Fecking bastard, I love ya!'
"Feck off, Seamus."
"Feck you, man."
A pornstar from the late 70's and early 80's, infamous for starring in her first film while only 16 years old. Is almost single-handedly responsible for the modern-day porn industry's extremely thorough background checks.
Traci Lords films made before she turned 18 are today considered child porn
, making them both illegal and at the same time highly valuable collector's items.
A person or group of persons with whom you have shared a great deal of hardship and fought alongside, and thus you consider them your brothers.
The name of the group of gladiators that allied with the Hulk in the "Planet Hulk" storyline, referring to them being bound together by the war against the Red King.
Soldier 1: We almost didn't get out of there alive.
Soldier 2: But we fought our way out.
Soldier: I guess that makes us Warbound.
An Irish slang term meaning "Sure and by God."
Sure and begorrah, 'tis a grand day to be alive!
The baddest motherfucker to ever come out of Marvel Comics, Sabertooth is a feral mutant without even basest of scruples. Archenemy of Wolverine, the two have been tearing chucks out of each other since the late 1960's, ending with Sabertooth's apparent death at Wolverine's hands in the mid-2000's.
"You're not my father, my brother, or my clone. Why is it we can never get rid of each other?"
- Wolverine to Sabertooth in chapter 1 of the "Wolverine: Evolution" arc.
Japanese liquor made from fermented rice. Contrary to popular belief, sake is closer to beer
, due to the sugar being produced from starch before converting to alcohol.
Fairly strong at 18–20% alcohol, compared to 9–16% for wine and 3–9% for beer (though generally diluted to about 15% prior to bottling).
No dude, Sake's more like beer.