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Salvador Dali

This genuinely bizarre artist had many a funny habit it seems. One of which was to invite all his friends out for lavish lunches. When it came time to pay, he would see that the waiter was watching and write a cheque for the full amount. 84 more words

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adjective, battier, battiest. Slang.

1. insane; crazy; eccentric.

Related forms – battiness, noun

Examples of uses of the word of the day:

The eccentric who is considered a genius rather than a batty recluse.

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December 31, 2014

Happy New Year, everyone!

And now, the thrilling conclusion to yesterday’s tale. Here’s a link to the first portion, in case you missed it:

http://litforlunch.wordpress.com/2014/12/30/december-30-2014/ 844 more words


So correct me if I’m wrong (don’t correct me) but isn’t that Count Chocula circling the lonely office fern? I remember thinking he had a moth-eaten broom or a jetliner made of bats. 160 more words

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Cheerily planning to teach the Germans a lesson

The young men of Wargrave who had joined up were still pretty gung-ho about their prospects.

Wargrave Men at the Front

The Rev. B. S. Batty has received a large number of letters from Wargrave men at the front and serving on His Majesty’s ships, in which they express great gratitude to the people of Wargrave for the tobacco and cigarettes forwarded to them after the Harvest Festival. 285 more words

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