quin·tes·sen·tial (kwin-tuh-sen-shuhl | ˌkwɪntəˈsɛnʃəl)
Middle English < Medieval Latin
1) of the pure and essential essence of something
2) of or pertaining to the most perfect embodiment of something
Many consider Charles Dickens the quintessential Victorian author.
Submitted by ryanewolf.
su·sur·rus (soo-sur-uhs | sʊˈsɜrəs)
a soft murmuring or rustling sound; whisper
The susurrus coming from the darkness made the explorers stop dead in their tracks.
Italian, from Baldassare Castiglione’s “The Book of the Courtier.”
studied nonchalance; perfect conduct or performance of something (as an artistic endeavor) without apparent effort
The musician’s sprezzatura was made obvious to all after the first few measures of his performance.
Submitted by sandcastleprincess.
cal·li·pyg·i·an (kal-uh-pij-ee-uhn | ˌkæləˈpɪdʒiən)
having well-shaped buttocks
I personally enjoy Adam Levine’s callipygian features.
ffffffff- if I can get the pronounciation down pat, then I shall be using this often. (y)
Interviewer: Black history month you find…
Morgan Freeman: Ridiculous.
Morgan Freeman: You’re going to relegate my history to a month?
Interviewer: Oh, come on.
Morgan Freeman: What do you do with yours? Which month is white history month?
Interviewer: (pause) Well, I’m Jewish.
Morgan Freeman: Okay. Which month is jewish history month?
Interviewer: There isn’t one.
Morgan Freeman: Oh, oh. Why not? Do you want one?
Morgan Freeman: Right. I don’t either. I don’t want a black history month. Black history is American history.
Interviewer: How are we going to get rid of racism?
Morgan Freeman: Stop talking about it.
Morgan Freeman FOR GOD.
MORGAN FREEMAN FOR GOD.
y’all are so silly~MORGAN FREEMAN IS ALREADY GOD OKAY.