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Pirate Word of the Day - Kinchin

From the Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues first published in 1859.

Kinchin: a child. Old cant. From the German diminutive… 19 more words

Slang From The 1700s

Mysterious Lego pieces continue to wash ashore in England after 17 years

CORNWALL, ENGLAND (PIX11) – Lego pieces have been mysteriously washing up on the beaches of Cornwall for the past 17 years.

The plastic pieces originated from a shipping container headed to New York that held close to 5-million Legos. 153 more words

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A Touch of Sparkle

Photo credit: My awesome bro, BA.

Hello dear readers! I apologize for the lapse in posts recently, but summer has turned out to be busier than anticipated for me with visits from friends and attending social events. 84 more words

Pirate Word of the Day - Kimbo

From the Dictionary of Nautical, University, Gypsy and Other Vulgar Tongues first published in 1859.

Kimbo or A Kimbo: holding the arms in a bent position from the body, and resting the hands upon the hips, in a bullying attitude. 97 more words

Slang From The 1700s