Pronunciation: ‘fa-chü-&s, -tyü-
Etymology: Latin fatuus: foolish
: complacently or inanely foolish : SILLY
synonym see SIMPLE
– fat·u·ous·ly adverb
– fat·u·ous·ness noun
Brothers are clever and have their own websites.
Comments Off on 31 JUL 03
The Unfact™ Of The Week.
The Unfact™ is, to the best of our knowledge, completely false and unsupportable. We are not responsible for any consequences that are bound to occur if you are silly enough to believe it.
Samples of porcupine mating calls were used by Atari Teenage Riot on their 1996 release, Hypermodern Jazz 2000.5.
Have I ever lied to you before?
Comments Off on 30 JUL 03
Things Ray Says #29:
"I’m not always right, but I’ve never gone wrong by supposing that I am."
(Insert rimshot here.)
Comments Off on 29 JUL 03
“A free society is a place where it’s safe to be unpopular.”
Adlai E. Stevenson Jr.
Comments Off on 28 JUL 03
Function: transitive verb
Inflected Form(s): -gat·ed; -gat·ing
Etymology: back-formation from abnegation
1 : DENY, RENOUNCE (abnegated their God)
2 : SURRENDER, RELINQUISH (abnegated her powers)
– ab·ne·ga·tor: /-“gA-t&r/ noun
I thought it was another political scandal.
Comments Off on 26-27 JUL 03
It’s very embarassing when one is sharing a jest with one’s confrere’s and one forgets the punchline. Keep these in mind and one will be The Life Of The Parté.
No! I said Lebanese bread!
So the hooker tells the monkey, "Throw in a jar of mayonaise and you’ve got a deal."
No! I said French pickles!
So Wonder Woman tells Gorilla Grodd, "Bring the Toyman along and you’ve got a deal."
No! I said Canadian bacon!
A(n) <INSERT STEROTYPE HERE> walks into a bar…
Comments Off on 25 JUL 03