1. Ankle: to walk
2. “Applesauce!”: “Horsefeathers!”
3. “Bank’s closed!”: what you tell someone to stop making out
4. Bearcat: a lively, spirited woman, possibly with a fiery streak
5. Berries: like “bee’s knees,” denotes that something is good, desirable or pleasing. “That sounds like berries to me!”
6. Bimbo: refers to a macho man
7. Bluenose: term for a prude or individual deemed to be a killjoy
8. Bubs: a woman’s boobs
9. “Bushwa!”: “Bullshit!”
10. “Butt me!”: “I would like a cigarette.”
11. Cancelled stamp: a shy, lonely female, the type one would describe as a “wallflower”
12. Cash: a smooch
13. Cake-eater: in the 1920’s refers to a “ladies’ man”; later, slang for homosexual
14. Cheaters: Glasses or bifocals
15. Choice bit of calico: a desirable woman
16. Darb: something deemed…
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I’ve actually spent many hours researching dancing waters. I love em. My favorite is not the big and famous WET designs like Bellagio and Dubai – no. I like the classic styling of Dancing Waters® Entertainment, Inc. of Cape Coral, Florida. Check out their sample video in which they also refer to themselves as Waltzing Waters® Inc. :
Shilajit is a Sanskrit word meaning “rock-invincible”, “conqueror of mountains”, or “destroyer of weakness”. Shilajit is an ancient traditional medicine that has been ascribed a number of pharmacological activities. It has been used for centuries as a rejuvenator and anti-aging compound and for treating a number of disease conditions (Acharya et al., 1988). Ancient texts refer to shilajit as the “elixir of evergreen life”. In the traditional Indian system of medicine, Ayurveda, shilajit is considered to be a Rayasana (“rejuvenation”) herb as well as an adaptogen, or a natural herb that increases the body’s natural resistance to stress or trauma. It has traditionally been used by many Ayuvedic practitioners as a catalyst to boost the effectiveness of other herbal supplements.
Johann and Cy will hook you up with the real deal. You can trust these guys – I’ve been camping with them.
Anti-aging much? I feel twenty-five already. I’m going for eleven – that was a good year…
I’m praying for Dancing Waters.