An urban white, english male with an unfortunate predisposition for severe acne and the tendency to rinse people, resulting in unforgivingly offensive retort from his peers.
Knight, Henry. is an ak'd up kunt
A sound created by Above The Law In 1992 in the album "Black Mafia Life" which was the very first "G-Funk" (gangsta funk) record. With this album, Above The Law had created the often imitated and duplicated G-Funk name and sound, but the media decided to overlook that and pen the creation to another famous west-coast producer (Dr. Dre). Eventually, Dr. Dre and Above The Law dissed each other. Above the Law aligned with Ruthless Records and Eazy–E; Dr. Dre with Deathrow and Suge Knight.
"Don't bite the funk that feed ya, cause I sure as hell don't need ya" (Cold 187 to Dr. Dre copying the G-Funk sound).
"Trying to kick it like you got stamina, wup that ass like Luke did in Atlanta. Oops did you slip, did you trip, did you run, did he have a gun, did you want some; nope. Here’s a bone you can choke; hit you ass with the Mafia Lok." (Cold 187 to Dr. Dre refrence to altercation Dr. Dre had with Luke Skywalker from 2 Live Crew)
Adumbrated in Shakespeare, Henry V, II, Nym: "... I will wink and hold out mine iron. It is a simple one; but what though? It will toast cheese, and it will endure cold as another man's sword will."
The knight stared menacingly at his enemy, before unsheathing his cheese-toaster and charging.
another word for phallatio.
or blowjob, blowy, suckjob,cock suck, a suck of sake, a whistle on the races.
"betty would you kindly give me a friendly trouser kiss"
betty:" why of course henry, drop your trousers and let me at it"
the large heavy warhorse that knights rode into battle or for a joust. It had to be large and heavy to carry a fully armored man.
When getting medieval on someone's ass, King Henry always rode his favorite destrier.
Sean Connery is a now-retired Scottish actor whose career spans 1954-2003. He is best known as the first man ever to portray Ian Fleming's fictional British spy James Bond. He played the character in 6 films: "Dr. No" (1962), "From Russia With Love" (1963), "Goldfinger" (1964), "Thunderball" (1965), "You Only Live Twice" (1967), and "Diamonds Are Forever" (1971). He is also famous for portraying Indiana Jones's father, Henry Sr., in "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" (1989). Other notable films are:
"The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" (2003), as Allan Quatermain
"The Hunt For Red October" (1990), as Captain Marko Ramius
"A Bridge Too Far" (1977), as Major General Robert E. Urquhart
"The Rock" (1996), as John Patrick Mason
"First Knight" (1995), as King Arthur
"The Untouchables" (1987), as Jim Malone
"The Molly Maguires" (1970), as Jack Kehoe
Sean Connery is one bamf.
|7.||The Avengers (Earth's Mightiest Heroes)|
The Avengers is team of superheroes appearing in magazines published by Marvel Comics.The team made its debut in The Avengers #1 (Sept. 1963), and was created by writer/editor Stan Lee and artist/co-plotter Jack Kirby.
The First Avengers:
Whilst the team, also referred to as "Earth's Mightiest Heroes", is known for having a rotating roster, the original Avengers team was made up of the following five members:
1.Iron Man/Tony Stark
4.Wasp/Janet Van Dyne
The Avengers discovered Captain America who had been frozen in ice since just before the end of World War II.
Captain America joined the Avengers and would later go on to lead the team.
The Avengers (Earth's Mightiest Heroes) was created to fight "the foes no single superhero can withstand."
-- The Avengers