|8.||my favorite dish|
the simplist way to cook a dog if it is young and tender is to roast it. skin the pooch, draw it and split it. rub well with salt and freshly ground black pepper, and a bit of dried sage or thyme. butter well, place on a roasting rack and roast about four inches from the heat, allowing about 12-14 minutes per side for a 10-15 pound dog. brush with butter during the roasting process. serve with home fried potatos and current jelly. a salad will balance the meal nicely.
goes well with baby-shake
A simple attempt to measure and quantify the amount of alcohol needed in order for you (or your friend) to willingly copulate with any given female. A fun game to play in a pub, the standard of measurement is one draw (draft) of an average strength American beer. While a reasonably attractive female may rate a 5-6 beer factor, a more homely specimen may require a 12 or 15 beer factor. On the other hand, a very attractive female may not warrant the need for any beer at all, resulting in the prized "ZBF" or "Zero Beer Factor".
Frank was scoping over some fat broad playing pool in the back room. She looked like a dyke to me. She was so fugly that she was probably a 24 beer factor.
|10.||french military victories|
Note: The following list of French military victories is necessarily incomplete. It also includes actions in which only French peoples participated or in which they participated decisively (the Crimean War, for example, will be listed here as a French military victory because France supplied 400,000 of the 660,000 Western troops and French troops carried out the important attacks at Malakoff; the other Western participants were Britain and Sardinia. A conflict like World War II, on the other hand, will not be listed as a French military victory because France was not decisive in bringing about the victory, even though France was a winner in the end).more...
If starting from the Gauls....
-Battle of the Allia (387 BCE): A Gallic force under Brennus destroys a Roman army and sacks Rome itself, leading to the destruction of all prior Roman historical records.
-Siege of Gergovia (52 BCE): Vercingetorix hands Caesar the worst defeat of his career.
(note: the Franks fall under both French and German military history since they laid the political foundations for both countries)
-Battle of Soissons (486): The Franks under Clovis I defeat the last Roman army in Gaul.
-Battle of Tolbiac (496): The Franks under Clovis I defeat the Alamanni tribe.
-Battle of Vouillé (507): The Franks under Clovis I defeat the Visigoths under Alaric II, the conqueror of Spain.
As a result of these victories, the domains of Clovis quadruple.
-Battle of Toulouse (721): The Aquita...
A guy, usually between the ages of 15-30, who listens to emo music and have many of the characteristics commonly affiliated with emo people. They usually have semi-long jet black hair that covers about 1/3 of their face (including one of their eyes), may or may not wear eyeliner, and wear rather tight clothing, including tight jeans and tight shirts/sweaters, usually band merchandise. Many also have studded belts, and tend to like Converse or Vans shoes.more...
Now, about their personality. They usually have a bit of a feminine personality, expressing feelings quite openly, and not really caring about how "tough" they are, as most average guys do. Many are artistically talented, and like to write poetry and songs, or even draw/paint. It is often stereotyped that emo boys cut themselves, but actually, most don't. Those that do, though, do NOT do it simply for attention. They do it because of actual emotional issues they're dealing with. Otherwise they're simply emo posers.
They more often that not are very nice and respectful towards other people. However, most likely they would not be respected by man...
Ella Jane Fitzgerald (April 25, 1917 – June 15, 1996), aka Lady Ella (The First Lady of Song) is probably one of the most influential female jazz vocalists of the 20th century, along with Sarah Vaughan and Billie Holiday.more...
Well known for her pure tone, 3-octave vocal range, intonation, and lyrical phrasing, Ella Fitzgerald proved to be a very gifted vocalist.
Her improvised 'scat' singing, was almost horn-like, and is revered by many of today's jazz vocalists as pure genius.
Lady Ella led a troublesome life after her mother died in 1932. Having lost both her parents (her father left shortly after she was born), Ella's schoolwork lagged and she began to skip class.
After being caught by th police, young Ella was sent to a reform school, but soon escaped and became homeless.
Ella Fitzgerald was discovered at the Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York when she was 16 years old. After winning a draw to compete in one of the famous Apollo Amateur Nights, she opted to sing a Hoagy Carmichael tune in stead of her original act of dancing (she was intimidated by a well-known, local dance act) The crowd loved her performance and she won first prize.
She was hired by Chick Webb (jazz drummer) and the rest is history.
Some of her best work includes her reco...
drawball.com is a massive online graffiti board. there is no user account system, but it is possible to get an ipban if you act like a moron. once you bring up the home page and drawball loads, click anywhere on the drawball to zoom in on that area, you must zoom in to 100% to draw. once zoomed in, click the screen and a puzzle will come up, solve it and you will be able to draw. before you draw, please note that your ink is limited, it comes back over a period of time. new users start out with 15% ink. the controls for changing color and brush size are at the bottom right of the screen. the zoom out button is at the bottom left of the screen. at the top left are located the browse history buttons, you must zoom out anywhere above 100% to use them. they allow you to see what has happened before on drawball.
if your work is of good quality, it might get protected, meaning that no one can draw over it. if it is really good, it could be added to the hall of fame. the hall of fame is accessible by clicking the link to it at the top right of the page.
last of all, dont be a jerk, just have fun and dont scribble on peoples work.
yesterday i painted on drawball.com, and came back today to find my work protected!
Beeruit is a drinking game that spawned from college towns in the late 80s. Often confused with "beer pong," which is a similar game played with paddles -- this is a game where opponents take turns attempting to shoot a ping pong ball into their opponents beer cups. Rules vary slightly, but, to better understand the game then the following rules have been highly regarded throughout the years:more...
1) Even teams, usually 2-on-2. Rarely more than 4-on-4.
2) 10-cup pyramid formation, "re-racking" on 5, 3, 2 and 1. When 2 cups remain, form a forward line. When 1 cup remains, center it in back. "Re-racks" (aka consolodations) can only be requested at the begining of each shooting-round when applicable. "Tightening" can be requested as often as you would like. (eg, "Tighten that rack for me, please.")
3) To see who goes first, a player from each team throws a ball while staring "eye-to-eye" with their opponent. The team that makes the cup goes first. If neither or both make it, then it is a draw and it becomes another team-members turn to go eye-to-eye versus their opponent. "Rock-paper-scissor" is also acceptable.
4) After an opponent sinks one of your cups, you must pick it up to drink, keeping track on drinking order amongst your team-mates.
5) If a ball goes in a cup that should have already been removed from play, whether the shooter intended to hit the cup or not, then it will be counted as a miss.
6) Don't call it "beer-pong." Beer pong is pl...