In the same vein as a dirty Sanchez or a dirty Rodriguez, however the upper lip of the victim is coated with the fromunda cheese from inside the foreskin of an uncircumcised penis (can even be the victim's own penis)
Elizabeth: Damn, i've been smelling calamari alfredo all day!
Charlotte: I thought you only had two deviled eggs and 3 martinis for lunch for lunch, not a pasta dish?!?
Elizabeth: Oh, its got nothing to do with lunch. Rather, last night Charles wanted me to give him a sloppy B.J. after he went to rowing practice...
Charlotte: right, and...?
Elizabeth: well,... he was all sweaty so I only let him do me in the missionary position for a while, but I fell asleep in mid bang.
Charlotte: Oh, my! He must have been pissed!
Elizabeth: I'll say! That's why he must have slipped me the old calamari alfredo whilst I slept.
A festival held to recreate the arts and history of the Renaissance. Generally held outside and on weekends faires offer all things Renaissance, and many things other. They usually happen during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I but time periods vary from 1300 to 1800. They are usually set in England, but many be different countries such as Scotland, France.more...
Faires offer lots of entertainment, from games to swordfighting and Shakespeare to comedy and magic.
Faires are also known for their costumes. Entertainers and Vendors are almost always dressed in costumes (called 'Garb') that are nearly historically accurate for their character. Many patrons dress in ‘period garb’ but there are also many costumes that are seen at all fairs, no matter how historically inaccurate. Pirates Fairies and Bellydancers are always present. Often, people dress as Fantasy characters, though some fairs do not encourage this. You find wizards, magicians, steampunk, lord of the rings, video game characters, and even occasional Klingons.
Renaissance Faires are also known for their handcrafted items on sale. A faire will have many booths with vendors selling everything from swords to jewelry to herbs to costumes.
Fairs are also known for their food and drink. Most faires will have various ales, meads, beers, and beverages, as well as common soda. They may have a few historically accurate specialty items(turkey leg), but most have general festival food. (hotdogs, hamburgers, potatoes, funnel cakes
1. A vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into complete scoundrels.
2. When burned, it creates a signal over a thousands feet high. If the entire royal navy is out looking for you, there isn't the slightest chance that they won't see it.
Jack Sparrow: *Wakes up and sees Elizabeth burning the rum* No! Not good! Stop! Not good! What are you doing? You burned all the food, the shade… the rum!
Elizabeth: Yes, the rum is gone.
Jack Sparrow: Why is the rum gone?
Elizabeth: One: because it is a vile drink that turns even the most respectable men into complete scoundrels. Two: that signal is over a thousand feet high. The entire royal navy is out looking for me, do you think there is even the slightest chance they wont see it?
Jack Sparrow: But why is the rum gone?
A facet of literary narrative:
The method of listing events, actions and/or feelings of character's in the course of literary narrative, mainly prose.
Diegesis is entirely commentated by the narrator and does not include any character dialogue.
1. "A twisted piece of paper lay half burned upon the hearthrug; he picked it up, and unfolded it, in order to get a better pipe-light by folding it the other way of the paper. As he did so, absently glancing at the pencilled writing upon the fragment of thin paper, a portion of a name caught his eye--a portion of the name that was most in his thoughts. He took the scrap of paper to the window, and examined it by the declining light."
- Mary Elizabeth Braddon, Lady Audley's Secret
2. "I know that the tune I am piping is a very mild one (although there are some terrific chapters coming presently), and must beg the good-natured reader to remember that we are only discoursing at present about a stockbroker's family in Russell Square, who are taking walks, or luncheon, or dinner, or talking and making love as people do in common life, and without a single passionate and wonderful incident to mark the progress of their loves."
- W.M. Thackeray, Vanity Fair
The diegesis Braddon uses in 'Lady Audley's Secret' consumes the reader into the world of her character. The seductively detailed course of events of a single moment transports us straight onto the scene - we can almost feel the warmth of the fire. On the other hand, Thackeray in 'Vanity Fair', uses diegesis to give us an overall glimpse of the events of the story which is to come.
It is town in Northern Ireland. Many people like to address Londonderry as Derry, which is bizarre and delusional because they cannot get over the fact that LONDONderry is part of the United Kingdom (forever and ever), NOT Republic of Ireland. The British Monarchy will reign over Londonderry for the next 1,000 years and more. Long live Queen Elizabeth II. So hands off, Irish and Nationalists! Go and get a life of your own and stay off British soil!
A: May I know the way to Derry, Ireland?
B: You fool! There is no such thing as Derry in Ireland, only Londonderry in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.
A: I'm so sorry. I am just a ignorant imbecile who should have know better than to make a fool of myself than to use that embarrassing and foolish term.
B: I forgive you, and most importantly, the Queen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland forgives you too.
A fictional character created in fan fiction for the book series 'The Chronicles of Vladimir Tod'. Though not a real character of the original series, she has been featured in an unpublished fan fiction titled 'There's Always A Tomorrow' by A.M.C Theaters. Just like the original series, there are five books.more...
She is described as being pale, with dark hair, and average height. Her eyes appear to be a light blue ring inside a darker green, the colors hardly blending and never changing. Later she adds red streaks to her hair.
She starts the story as a human but becomes a vampire. She was turned by D'Ablo, the main antagonist who wants to kill Vladimir Tod. She is particularly known by other vampires as being Vladimir Tod's mate but he refuses to admit it despite her openly expressing her love for him.
Mina Lovett is also blood-bound to Dracula. This allows her to see his ghost when no one else can, share his thoughts and memories, harness any powers he had while alive, and be possessed by him. This occurred because she is the reincarnate of Wilhelmina Murray/Harker and Elizabeth, both of whom are featured in the movie Bram Stoker's Dracula.
Her parents died when she was five. She is related to the McMillan family through her mom, which is why she has a different last name. The McMillan's are a family of slayers, with one per generation. She is said to look nothing like the McMillan's as they are commonly blond with blue or green eyes.
A Neighborhood in Boston conjoined with Allston made up of manly young professionals, college kids, Jewish, Irish construction workers, and Latino people.
Brighton is home to WGBH, New Balance, St.Elizabeth's Hospital, a dozen Irish pubs (many Irish run), millions of buses and sirens, and dozens of restaurants.
Its your middleweights of Boston neighborhoods....not too dangerous, multcultured, hard-workng, drinking, and decent houses for sale. It also borders Allston (college kid central), Newton a really nice suburb (although people drive slower than in Brighton), and Brookline (Best Jewish delis and good shopping).
Drunken Red Sox Fan#1: Any good Irish pubs in Brighton?
Drunken Red Sox Fan#2: Yeah, the Green Briar
Drunken Red Sox Fan#1: Any Good?
Drunken Red Sox Fan#2: Best Guiness pour outside of Southie