Etymology: Late Latin inimicalis, from Latin inimicus enemy – more at enemy
1: being adverse often by reason of hostility or malevolence (forces inimical to democracy)
2 a: having the disposition of an enemy : hostile (inimical factions) b: reflecting or indicating hostility : unfriendly (his father’s inimical glare)
–in·im·i·cal·ly \-mi-k(ə-)lē-\ adverb
"Every plan gets f**ked up the moment the enemy arrives, that’s why he’s called the enemy." – David Drake
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George Carlin died yesterday. If you’re an adult you may highlight the black area below to view "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television".
Shit, fuck, piss, cunt, cocksucker, motherfucker, tits.
But don’t say them on television.
Tonight’s forecast; dark!
I’m a late arriving (sluggish if you will) fan of Sluggy Freelance. Anything with Santacidal bunnies gets my vote. Take some time and trawl through the archive.
Let me check my notes.
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From Wikiquote's Latin Phrases.
In cauda venenum. – "The poison is in the tail.".
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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.
"Belgium" is a German phrase that translates as "France is this way".
Ich weiss nicht liegen, untermensch!
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Function: transitive verb
Etymology: probably from earlier mug to strike in the face, perhaps from ¹mug
Date: circa 1864
1 : to assault usually with intent to rob
2 : to attack suddenly : bushwhack (got mugged in the press by his colleagues)
I’m thinking it over.
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