Babaloo Aiye (Father of the World) is an Orixa (Deity) of the Lukumi tradition. This tradition is commonly known in the West as Santeria, and is a sincretic afro-caribbean belief based on magic that goes back to ancient African Yoruba roots.
Babaloo is the Orixa that controls disease,and hence the rightful owner of the Earth.
Ricky Ricardo indeed did yell *Babaloooooo* in I Love Lucy, but what you ignorant gringos aren´t aware of is that, amid all that mambo, he was invoking and welcoming the presence of the Lord of Healing and Strength.
This reminds me that there is a band named Babaloo that plays something called PUNK MAMBO. Now I'm not kidding... Punk Mambo, according to their publicity blurb, *is a mix of soukous, mambo, chacha, samba, reggae, ska and cumbia, sauteed with some special ingredients and blended with the energy and wise-guy antics of punk*
Now, I want to think that Babaloo Aiye himself won't take offense out of this... but if he does, these guys will soon start getting festering pustules on their balls.
Babaloo Aiye is only one of many Orixas, other are Oxala, Oxum, Xango, Nana, Oba, Ogun, Oxossi, etc.
Swear word used in the French Canadian version of Spongebob Squarepants.
Tabarnacles, Patrice, you forgot to pull up your pants again!
Ancient garment from the Scottish highlands.
Some tradition-minded blokes favor this skirt-like garment, because:
a) They can show off their clan's or regiment's tartan
b) They can conveniently ventilate their dorks.
Fiona: What do Scotsmen wear under their kilts?
Angus: Loch Ness Monster, me lassie!
Those who think that the good ol' Daisy Cutter is a fuel-air bomb are full of camel shit.
This girl is a BLU-82B 15,000-pound conventional bomb, looks like an oversize boiler and is delivered from a C-130.
It doesnt detonate a cloud of vapor at altitude, and it doesn't suck the air outta your lungs... it just explodes big time.
Its lethal range is reported to be 300-900 feet (the guy who says 3 miles has been drinking his bathwater again).
It was originally used in Nam to clear jungle patches for landing zones and stuff.
Nowadays it's mainly appreciated for its shit-in-your pants effect.
Let's drop a Daisy Cutter on Charlie today! Yes sir! Great sir! May I watch sir?
Your sister reminds me of a Daisy Cutter