1. An English name coming from the German name, Vilhelm, literally meaning will(desire, will) and helmet (protection). It has many variants in over 50 languages. Variants include but are not limited to:
Wilhelm, Vilhelm, Guillaume, Guillermo, Guglielmo, and Guilherme
Nicknames for William include: Will, Bill, and Billiam.
According to the 1990 U.S. Census the name William is the 5th most popular first name with 2.451% of the male population
Many famous and successful people have been/are named William.
1. Bill Gates (richest man in the world)
2. Bill Clinton (Former president)
3. William the Conqueror (conqueror of England in 1066)
4. William Shakespeare (greatest writer of the English language)
5. King William of Prussia (Emperor of Germany before WWI)
A fine name, if I do say so myself.
I asked him what he would name his child, and he responded, "William".
To consume a fifth of alcohol in 3 minutes, chased with Gatorade.
Popularized by disgraced Toronto mayor and local addict, Rob Ford.
A: Whatcha doing this Friday?
B: Probably going to Rob Ford some vodka and pass out.
A .22 caliber pistol. Used by pussies who can't handle the recoil of a .45 caliber.
I took out my duece duece, flicked off the safety, and let the lead fly.
A town in Rockland County, NY. It has the highest percent of Jewish Americans in all of the United States. All of the kids in Clarkstown get off on holidays like Rosh-shush-shanah and that dradel-spinning knock off of Christmas.
Easily half of the kids in New City think that they are from a rough neighborhood or part of a gang, and that they have endured so much and made it to the top. The truth is that they go home to their $500,000 houses and ask their parents for money to go to the Palisades mall. They will probably get a car for their 16th birthday, and go to any university of their choice.
Don't listen to him. He wears baggy jeans, FUBU, and is white. He also resides in New City, NY.
Fahrenheit 451 is a novel by Ray Bradbury, depicting a world in which books are outlawed, and firemen start fires, not put them out. The main character is Guy Montag, a fireman.
The title is quite clever, because at 451 degrees Fahrenheit, paper combusts.
The son-of-a-bitch Michael Moore used the title's theme in his movie "Fahrenheit 9/11", to Ray Bradbury's disapproval.
I read Fahrenheit 451 yesterday, and realized that books and the ability to spread wisdom are very valuable.
A red multi-purpose knife. There are many models, almost all of which contain one blade, a pair of scissors, and a can opener.
I took out my trusty Swiss Army Knife and cut open the package.
AKA Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen. A German gun manufacturing company.
Walther's most famous (and infamous) pistols were:
1. P38, used by the Nazis
2. PPK, used by German police and James Bond
3. P99, used by James Bond
I pulled out my Walther, and put 7 peices of lead into his chest.