|1.||Coming out of The Wardrobe|
The act of declaring one's adoration for the works of CS Lewis, the Narnia trilogy
George: "Check out Condi, she's rocking an Aslan T-shirt"
Barry: "I guess she's 'coming out of the wardrobe', at last"
George: "Condi, that's some fucked up subversive bigoted shit shit. Take that shit off"
Not a diety, but still worshipped by many
All the Lewisites went to the temple...
Creator and Lord of all, is often ripped on by 2/3 of the civilised world because they think that being ultimately accountable for their own actions mustn't be a good thing and it's a good safeguard to not believe cos you want to do what you want (e.g. get incredibly drunk, have sex with this girl/boy, take drugs)more...
Gives free choice yet is often criticised because the fact he knows everything "is proof that we don't have free choice". Right, so cos someone knows what you will do doesn't mean that you can't do something else.
Often treated as a mechanical concept rather than a being with choice.
Is not an argument against the earth being older than 6000 years, original translation of "day" comes from a word meaning "period of time". Could be an age
Portayed as an angry bearded man in the sky just waiting to make you burn in hell as opposed to a friend that loves you and sent his son to die so you are not held accountable to all the bad things everyone has done (and everyone has done bad things, whether they meant it or not)
Often criticised about people "not being a free thinker if they submit to a deity". Many people love to sound clever if they diss God, it gives them a sense of 'individuality' as they do what too many other people are doing (oh and they also read the da vinci code, a popular yet poorly written fiction book. Good story, but as I said, FICTION)
Often said can't exist because of all the people doing evil things in his(or her, or whatever, d...
The women's restroom or any domain that is off limits to males. Reference to the magical world of Narnia from the popular CS Lewis series "The Chronicles of Narnia".
The Men's room was full so I braved the mystical world of Vagarnia.
Coined by C.S. Lewis in his essay, First and Second things.
The act of assuming without discussion that a person is wrong and then distracting his or her attention from this (the only real issue) by builsy explaining why he or she is wrong and how that person became so silly.
"There flashed across my opening mind the great truth that refutation is no necessary part of argument. Assume that your opponent is wrong, and then explain his error, and the world will be at your feet. Attempt to prove that he is wrong or (worse still) try to find out whether he is wrong or right, and the national dynamism of our age will thrust you to the wall." That is how Bulverism became one of the makers of Twentieth Century
a refined nerd is someone who is a nerd in just about every sense of the term: they typically are highly intelligent, excellent with computers, watch Star Trek, play roleplaying games such as World of Warcraft, Warhammer, and Dungeons and Dragons, can recite Monty Python verbatum, edit Wikipedia, collect comic books and action figures, watch anime, read Tolkein and CS Lewis, go to the releases of Harry Potter at midnight, go to or work at historical reinactments and reniassance faires, and play chess, yet have a social life, dress nicely, play sports, and just by looking at them you'd probably never guess they're a nerd.
Hi, i'm Annie the refined nerd. i have a whole room dedicated to my comic books, my favorite way to procrastinate is to play World of Warcraft, I know how to program computers, i got straight a's in school, i've cut class just so i could re-read the Harry Potter books, i've watched every Star Trek series and i went as an Enterprise security officer for Halloween(the guys were all over me), i know all the songs from Spamalot, i dust my collection of action figures that i won in cosplay contests daily, i've read all the LOTR books and seen the movies, i've worked at a reniassance faire, and i play DnD every Friday with some friends i know from my fencing class. i wear glasses for reading, but they're flattering torotiseshell frames, not coke bottle glasses held together with masking tape. when I can't buy clothes at Comic Con, I buy them from Macy's or even Hollister. and oh yes, i don't stick pens in my shirt pocket and i wouldn't be caught dead in highwaters!
Located in the Trafford Borough of Manchester the Trafford Centre is the largest shopping centre in the UK and second largest in Europe. The centre attracts 30million people a year. The centre is owned by Peel Holdings, whose owner John Whittaker uses the mall as a shrine of his own importance, portraits depicting members of his family run around the top of the walls of the mall.more...
With the demise of the festival village for John Lewis Warhammer fans must now settle for a much smaller venue.
The TC is also home to Odeon cinemas, offering joy to all, except of course the Curzon in Urmston.
The nightlife of the centre was once of reasonable standards, but with the new extension, once popular chav bar Tiggis has been removed. Forcing everyone into the Exchange bar, offering a 1/8 chance of being bottled and a 1/10 chance of being "CS gassed".
But surely there is security there? Yes, but the Redcoats are now all little "bullyboy" f*ggots" who abuse there power at every oppurtunity, have no fear though because the blackcoats might "kick some f*ckin a*se"-(actual blackcoat quote)
The Trafford Centre was once going to be called "The Dumplington Centre" as this is where it is situated in Trafford Park, but with the nearby sewage works, staff thought better of the idea.
The Namco station arcade is also a great source of entertainment, with bumper cars, pool tables, bowling, arcade machines, a casino and a bar it is a very relaxed, friendly enviroment, excpet on Eid.