Was neither underground nor a railroad. It was the different ways that Southern slaves escaped their masters by getting help from abolitionists to lead them to freedom in the North. Made famous by Harriet Tubman.
Toby: We gots ta gets free I her da massa's call!
Chicken George: Hopes we kan finds hep in da underground railroad!
Sonny Bono is a complete enigma:
A successful songwriter who didn't know anything about it.
A successful singer who couldn't sing.
A successful actor who couldn't act.
A successful politician who didn't know about politics.
Had good-looking wives and he was not.
Died from skiing cuz he wasn't a skier.
We liked him and we don't know why.
Sonny Bono was an icon of some type...
the 60s and 70s?... ya!
Magician, illusionist, trickster.
One with fast hands like a street magician.
Probably from the Italian presto(fast)
and Latin digitus (fingers).
David Blaine is one of the greatest prestidigitators of all time!!
Oooh i'm sooo impressed...you must be a prestidigitator!
That damn prestidigitator took me for three grand!!!
Fictional wacky and zany composer made up by wacky and zany real composer genius Peter Schickele. He has made many albums that are funny parodies of classical music and music in general and has won many awards. P.D.Q. stands for pretty damn quick but only Schickele knows the truth. Peter can be found at the University of Southern North Dakota at Hoople.
Have you heard any P.D.Q. Bach?
Awesome comedy--totally cool!
Ear-piercing cackle a woman makes for attention usually within a group of other women. Often heard at restaurants.
I wish that lady with the chicken laugh would shut up!
Hear that chicken laugh?...must be a bunch of women over there.
Dude, you sound like a girl with that chicken laugh!
Sarcastic term for giving someone unnecessary recognition. Similar to a pat on the head or back. From the younger Girl Scouts called Brownies that are given buttons or badges for good deeds or accomplishments.
Calm down John...I'll give you a Brownie Button for not punching that rude old lady in the face for giving you the finger!
Dated American insult for Whites most often used by Blacks and sometimes Latinos. Heard often in the 1970s but no so much anymore.
In 7th grade wood shop class Vertiz called me a white-ass honky every day!