The sacred and legally binding prelude to divorce.
The marriage of Carmen Electra to Dennis Rodman, the marriage of Tom Cruise to Nicole Kidman, the Marriage of Brad Pitt to Jennifer Aniston etc, etc, etc,
A term for a television series involving the same cast of actors who play the same characters in different scenarios each week in what is commonly referred to as an “episode”. Though not strictly confined to the genre, most sitcoms are comedic in nature, hence the name “sitcom” which is an acronym for “situation comedy”. To sum up what is a fairly ambiguous term, a sitcom is what keeps everyday people from watching the news, thus becoming enraged at seeing what is really going on in the country and thus setting about to murder all of Congress.
A sitcom may include: "Will and Grace" - "Friends" - "Sex & The City" etc.
What the majority considers absurd or irrational.
If say an exotic dancer, currently employed in a gentlemen's club, were to bring a legal suit against a customer on the grounds of "sexual harassment", that would be considered to be ludicrous.
A timed multiple choice exam - which most people end up failing.
"Life is a bitch, and then..."
1. Reflections of how one PRECIEVES things really happened.
2. Personal or collective revisions.
I have very few fond memories
A chemical agent, designed to cleanse one of his/her external filth, thus removing all outside suspicion of one’s internal grime.
Examples of soap include: Irish Spring, Ivory, Dial, Zest etc.
One who is better at being a pastor than a saint.
"God have mercy on the sinner
Who must write with no dinner,
No gravy and no grub,
No pewter and no pub,
No belly and no bowels,
Only consonants and vowels."
John Crowe Ransom